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New COVID-19 cases were down to 13 on Tuesday, the lowest since July 31, official figures

show. With 62 recoveries, the number of active cases is now 563.

The low numbers were marred with two new deaths - two men, aged 57 and 81, at Mater Dei

Hospital bringing the death toll up to 411.

According to figures supplied to Times of Malta14 per cent of those listed as ‘COVID-19 fatalities’

did not die from the virus, but had the infection when they passed away.

 

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casi-1301-10A total of 27 people tested positive for COVID over the past 24 hours, registering the lowest number of cases since September 30.

Another 30 poeple recovered, meaning that Malta currently has 583 active cases of coronavirus.

Two male COVID patients died between Thursday and Friday, with the total toll since the beginning of the pandemic standing at 405.

Both victims were aged 67 and passed away at Mater Dei Hospital.

 

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55 new COVID-19 cases were reported on Thursday the third day in a row that new cases were in their fifties. No new deaths were reported.

The health authorities said 1,803 swab tests were made in the past 24 hours. 45 patients recovered and the number of active cases stood at 58.

Vaccine jabs increased to 259,272 with 78,139 being second jabs. 

 

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