Angola: Covid-19 - Angola Reports 104 New Cases, 12 Deaths

Luanda — Angola has registered, in the last 24 hours, 104 new cases, 12 deaths and the recovery of 30 patients.

According to the figures released, 70 cases were diagnosed in Luanda, 17 in Huila, 5 in Namibe, 3 in Benguela, 3 in Uige, 2 in Bié, 2 in Moxico, 1 in Cunene and 1 in Lunda Norte.

The list includes 52 male and 52 female patients whose ages range from 1 to 88 year old.

According to the data, deaths were reported in the provinces of Huila, with 5, Luanda with 4, Bié with 2 and Namibe with 1.

Among the recovered patients, 9 reside in Namibe, 7 in Huila, 6 in Moxico, 5 in Huambo, 2 in Luanda and 1 in Benguela.

The laboratories processed, in the last 24 hours, 1,652 samples.

There are 270 patients in the hospitalisation centres, while the institutional quarantine centres host 195 citizens.

There are 1,881 contacts of positive cases under medical surveillance.

Angola has 50,446 cases, with 1,339 deaths, 44,652 recovered and 4,455 active. Of the active cases, 23 are critical, 43 serious, 145 moderate, 61 light and 4.183 asymptomatic.

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