Coronavirus: Kurdistan Region records 10 new cases


19/5/2020 21:29:00
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     Coronavirus: Kurdistan Region records 10 new cases

The Ministry of Health in the Kurdistan Region announced on Tuesday that it had recorded 10 new infections with the Corunavirus.

 

The ministry stated during a statement, PUKmedia received that 10 new infections with the coronavirus were registered in the Kurdistan Region, including a 44-year-old who had recently returned from the State of Qatar and lives in the city of Erbil.

 

The statement added that the 9 other cases were 4 women at the ages of "53,52,29,24", 4 men at the ages of "53, 34, 36 and 30", and a "15" years old girl, all of whom are residents of Sulaymaniyah Governorate.

 

According to the statement, 8 of the 9 the cases in Sulaymaniyah were infected with the virus through contact and the other case is new and has the symptoms of infection with Corona.

 

 

 

Edited by H.H.

PUKmedia 



 

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