Western Kurdistan reports 279 more COVID cases, 4 deaths

6/4/2021 15:48:00

Fours deaths and 279 new COVID19 cases have been reported in Western Kurdistan, the Autonomous Administration of Northern and Eastern Syria Health Authority announced on Monday. 


Dr. Jwan Mustafa, joint head of the Health Authority in the Autonomous Administration of Northern and Eastern Syria, said in a statement that the dead were 2 men and 2 women a man from Qamishli.


Mustafa said they have recorded 279 new cases of The COVID19 virus in northern and eastern Syria, 167 males and 112 females.


She added that they had recorded six new recovery cases.


With the announcement of these new cases, the number of people infected with COVID 19 in northern and eastern Syria has reached 11,092, including 400 deaths and 1,340 recoveries.






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