Doctors’ Fatalities Reach 12 in Coronavirus-Hit Afghanistan
At least 12 medics have died in Afghanistan since the initial coronavirus infections were reported in the country, according to the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH).
Habib Shah Ansari, head of Public Health department in Khost province said one of the doctors of this province named Nek Rahman Shahzad died of the virus on Saturday night.
This comes as the doctors’ death toll from the coronavirus in the country reaches 12.
Previously, the Ministry of Public Health has confirmed that near 200 health workers are infected with the coronavirus in the country.
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