Wednesday, October 28, 2020

293 more cases, no new deaths

All but one were local transmissions.

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Another 293 Covid-19 cases were reported today, taking overall infections in the country to 12,381.

According to a health ministry infographic, 292 of these were local transmissions with only one imported case.

No new deaths were recorded, leaving the virus toll unchanged at 127 or 1.11% of all cases.

A total of 67 patients were discharged from hospital, taking recoveries to 10,283 or 83.05% of confirmed cases.

1,961 cases remain active with 28 in the ICU and four in need of respiratory assistance.

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