Angola: Covid-19 - Angola Registers 52 New Infections and 21 Recoveries

Luanda — The Angolan health authorities reported, this Thursday, the registration of 52 new infections, 21 recoveries and 2 deaths from Covid-19, in the last 24 hours.

According to the health bulletin, 41 cases were diagnosed in Luanda Province, 3 in Benguela, 3 in Cabinda, 2 in Huíla, 1 in Bié, 1 in Huambo and 1 in Uíge.

Among the new patients, whose ages vary from 5 to 67 years old, 31 are male and 21 female.

The two deaths, involving Angolan citizens, were registered in Luanda.

Among the recovered patients, 6 are Luanda residents, 6 in Benguela, 5 in Uíge, 2 in Lunda Sul, 1 in Bié and 1 in Huambo.

The national total is now 20,452 cases, with 498 deaths, 18 972 recovered and 982 active.

Of the diseased, 4 are in critical condition, 8 severe, 65 moderate, 62 mild and 843 asymptomatic.

Up to now, the labs processed 1,566 samples by RT-PCR, with a daily positivity rate of 1%.

In the treatment centers, 139 patients are being monitored, 44 are in institutional quarantine, and 1,728 positive case contacts are under medical surveillance.

According to the health bulletin, 41 cases were diagnosed in Luanda Province, 3 in Benguela, 3 in Cabinda, 2 in Huíla, 1 in Bié, 1 in Huambo and 1 in Uíge.

Among the new patients, whose ages vary from 5 to 67 years old, 31 are male and 21 female.

The two deaths, involving Angolan citizens, were registered in Luanda.

Among the recovered patients, 6 are Luanda residents, 6 in Benguela, 5 in Uíge, 2 in Lunda Sul, 1 in Bié and 1 in Huambo.

The national total is now 20,452 cases, with 498 deaths, 18 972 recovered and 982 active.

Of the diseased, 4 are in critical condition, 8 severe, 65 moderate, 62 mild and 843 asymptomatic.

Up to now, the labs processed 1,566 samples by RT-PCR, with a daily positivity rate of 1%.

In the treatment centers, 139 patients are being monitored, 44 are in institutional quarantine, and 1,728 positive case contacts are under medical surveillance.

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