COVID-19: Afghanistan Crosses 29,000 Cases
The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) reported 310 new Coronavirus samples had tested positive in the last 24 hours in Afghanistan. This increase pushed the nationwide toll to 29,143 cases to date.
Over the past day, 12 patients died and 77 were discharged from hospitals bringing their numbers to 598 deaths and 8,841 recovered cases so far.
Of the 889 samples tested, cases were reported in Kabul (166), Kandahar (37), Baghlan (22), Kunduz (21), Badakhshan (11), Helmand (9), Takhar (9), Wardak (7), Zabul (6), Kunar (5), Bamyan (5), Ghor (3), Parwan (3), Nangarhar (3), Logar (2) and Paktia (1).
Currently, there are 19,704 active Coronavirus cases nationwide with 19 people in severe condition.
The government tested 889 samples over the day.
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