COVID-19: Number of Patients Exceeds 25,000 Mark

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) reported 761 new cases of Coronavirus have registered in the past 24 hours.
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The country’s total confirmed cases reached 25,527.

Shafiqullah Shahim, deputy minister of finance and administration, said seven patients had died over the past day and the death toll had risen to 478.

New cases have been reported in Kabul (237), Kunduz (113), Logar (103), Takhar (93), Parwan (37), Wardak (30), Kandahar (25), Nangarhar (22), Panjshir (16), Bamyan (15), Paktia (15), Baghlan (14), Uruzgan (12), Badakhshan (11), Daykundi (10), Nuristan (4) and Kunduz (4).

Closing of Herat’s only lab has seen no cases reported from the province over the past four days.

Last night, 365 patients had recovered, taking those figures to 5,090 recovered cases.

As the virus spreads and death tolls climb, the MoPH had said they have run out of tests and “lack capacity” to manage more cases.

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