Angola: Covid-19 - Angola With Fewer Critically Ill Patients

Luanda — The number of patients in critical condition in Angola dropped by four on Monday, a day marked by 15 patients recovered from Covid-19.

Until Sunday, the country had 12 cases of patients in critical condition.

In contrast to critically ill patients, those in serious condition increased two more, with number standing at 20.

Releasing the health statistics, the Secretary of State for Public Health, Franco Mufinda, said patients in moderate coition increased to another four (27) in the last 24 hours.

There are still 27 patients in moderate clinical condition, in a total of 746 active patients (against 684 on Sunday), most of whom have no symptoms of the pandemic (asymptomatic).

Infection numbers also rose by a total of 81 cases, bringing the overall statistic to 1,280 confirmed positive cases, setting the newest daily record of the cases of infection with the novel coronavirus, surpassing the 79 of the previous July 29.

Cabinda with six more cases, Bengo (in the Dande region) and Uíge, with one each, joined Luanda.

The general statistics point to an accumulation of 1,280 positive cases, with 58 deaths, 476 recovered and 746 active, of which 20 are in serious condition, four are critical and 27 are moderate.

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