Coronavirus: Iraq reports 30 new cases, 2 deaths

25/3/2020 18:01:00

The Iraqi Ministry of Health confirmed, on Wednesday, 30 new cases of the novel coronavirus in Iraq.


In a statement, the ministry said: The 30 coronavirus cases were as follows:


Baghdad: 9


Basra: 1


Muthanna: 2


Karbala: 4


Kirkuk: 1


Najaf: 4


Sulaymaniyah: 6


Diwaniya: 1


Erbil: 2


The statement indicated that 2 new deaths were recorded in Kirkuk and Babylon, noting that 14 new cases of recovery were recorded (5 in Sulaymaniyah, 2 in Baghdad, 3 Basra, and 2 in Najaf and 1 in Karbala, 1 in Diyala).




(Translated and Edited by Baha Amin)






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