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199 new COVID-19 cases reported, hospitalisation drops to 15
199 new COVID-19 cases reported, hospitalisation drops to 15

199 new COVID-19 cases reported, hospitalisation drops to 15

199 new COVID-19 cases were reported on Wednesday, marginally down on the 217 cases reported on Tuesday. The number of hospitalisations also dropped, to 15 from 18 in the past few days. The health authorities said 3,976 tests were made in the past 24 hours. 30 patients recovered and the number of active cases stood at 2,346. Speaking on the Ask Charmaine

COVID-19: 199 new cases; 30 recoveries

COVID-19: 199 new cases; 30 recoveries

Photo: Miguela Xuereb Tista' taqra bil- Malti . The health authorities have announced 199 new cases of COVID-19 in their latest daily update. With 30 new recoveries reported, the total number of known active cases has risen to 2,346. The health authorities added that no deaths were recorded in the past 24 hours. The new cases were identified through

199 new Covid-19 cases overnight, active cases now at 2,346

199 new Covid-19 cases overnight, active cases now at 2,346

199 new Covid-19 cases have been found overnight from the 3,976 swab tests taken, making a positivity rate of 5.00%. There were 30 recoveries. This takes the number of active cases in Malta and Gozo to 2,346. Health authorities have advised that from the 217 cases reported yesterday, 167 were in the age group of 10-39. The average age of yesterday’s

199 Covid-19 cases found as hospitalised patients decrease to 15

199 Covid-19 cases found as hospitalised patients decrease to 15

199 cases of Covid-19 have been reported by health authorities, as active cases continue to increase but hospitalisations decrease. 30 people have recovered from the virus, with no new deaths being recorded in the last 24 hours again. This means that the number of active cases currently stands at 2,346. The number of patients in hospital has decreased

Malta Finds 199 New COVID-19 Cases As Hospitalisations Dip Slightly

Malta Finds 199 New COVID-19 Cases As Hospitalisations Dip Slightly

Malta has found 199 new COVID-19 cases on the island alongside 30 new recoveries over the last 24 hours. This means active cases now stand at 2,346. Hospitalisations have decreased slightly from 18 to 15. More details were give on the 217 new cases found yesterday, with 167 of them being 10 to 39 year olds. The average age was 27 years old. Tag someone

217 new Covid-19 cases overnight, active cases now over 2,000 at 2,177

217 new Covid-19 cases overnight, active cases now over 2,000 at 2,177

217 new Covid-19 cases have been found overnight from the 4,091 swab tests taken, making a positivity rate of 5.30%. There were 3 recoveries. This takes the number of active cases in Malta and Gozo to over 2,000 as it rises to 2,177. Health authorities have advised that from the 146 cases reported yesterday, 97 were in the age group of 10-39. The average

217 Covid-19 cases found as active cases soar over 2,000 mark

217 Covid-19 cases found as active cases soar over 2,000 mark

217 new cases of Covid-19 were reported by health authorities on Tuesday – a tally which sees the number of active cases soar over the 2,000 case mark. Just three people were reported as having recovered and no new deaths were reported in the past 24 hours. This means that the number of active cases currently stands at 2,177. The number of Covid-19

COVID-19: 146 new cases; 15 recoveries

COVID-19: 146 new cases; 15 recoveries

Photo: Miguela Xuereb Tista' taqra bil- Malti . The health authorities have announced 146 new cases of COVID-19 in their latest daily update. With 15 new recoveries reported, the total number of known active cases has risen to 1,963. The health authorities added that no deaths were recorded in the past 24 hours. The new cases were identified through

146 Covid-19 cases found, as 18 patients now in hospital

146 Covid-19 cases found, as 18 patients now in hospital

146 new cases of Covid-19 were reported on Monday, something of a dip in numbers when compared to recent days. 15 people meanwhile have recovered from the virus, and with no new deaths reported in the last 24 hours, the number of active cases now stands at 1,963. Authorities said that 18 Covid-19 positive patients are currently being treated at Mater