Iraq records 813 new Covid-19 cases,7 deaths

The Iraqi Health Ministry confirmed 813 new cases of COVID-19, raising the total number to 614,576 in the country.


The Iraqi Health Ministry said on Monday that 7 more people died from the coronavirus during the day, bringing the death toll to 13,000. 


The Ministry also said that 1,585 recovered from the disease bringing the total recovery cases to 583,127 in Iraq.


The new cases were recorded after 34,907 suspected cases were tested across Iraq during the past 24 hours.




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