Coronavirus: 2 new cases recorded in Erbil


26/5/2020 14:38:00
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     Coronavirus: 2 new cases recorded in Erbil

On Tuesday, the Ministry of Health in the Kurdistan Region announced the registration of two new cases of coronavirus in Erbil governorate.

 

The ministry stated during a statement that two new cases of coronavirus were recorded in Erbil governorate, one of them is a "38-year-old" male resident of "Abu Jarda" village of the Gwer sub-district.

 

The statement added that the other case is a "29-year-old" male resident of Ankawa.

 

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Edited by H.H.

PUKmedia 


 

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