Iraq reports 33 new coronavirus cases, 630 total cases

30/3/2020 21:26:00

Iraqi Ministry of Health on Monday, reported 83 new cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total of coronavirus cases to 630 across the country.


The Ministry's laboratories recorded 83 new confirmed infections with the novel coronavirus: Baghdad: 14, Basra: 10, Najaf: 18, Sulaymaniyah : 14, Karbala: 3, Muthanna: 12, Erbil: 10, Duhok: 2.


The Ministry said that that 4 new deaths were recorded, "two cases in Najaf, one in Wasit and the fourth in Diyala," 


According to the Ministry's statement 9 cases of full recoveries recorded across Iraq, "6 cases in Najaf and 3 cases in Erbil."


Including the new 83 cases, the number of coronavirus cases in Iraq reaches 630 including 46 deaths and 152 full recoveries.




(Edited by Baha Amin)



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