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The daily number of cases has been in single figures since last Thursday, except on two days when 11 and 12 cases were recorded. 

The last death linked to the virus was reported on Friday.

The health authorities said the number of vaccine jabs has risen to 400,118, with 130,537 people now fully vaccinated.

Seven patients recovered on Thursday with the number of active cases down to 189.

1,996 swab tests were made in the past 24 hours. 

 

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Six new COVID-19 cases were reported on Tuesday, maintaining the low levels of the past days and weeks. 11 cases were reported on Monday, nine on Sunday and six on Saturday, a level last seen in mid-summer. There have been no deaths in the past four days.

The health authorities said 15 patients had recovered and the number of active cases was now 204. 

1,600 tests were made in the past 24 hour.

The number of vaccination jabs has risen to 386,760. 123,843 people have now been fully vaccinated.

 

 

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casi-1301Just five new COVID-19 cases were reported on Tuesday, the lowest since July, and no deaths were reported for the fifth straight day.

The Health authorities said in the daily medical bulletin that 17 patients had recovered, bringing down the total of active cases to 192.

Vaccinations have increased to 393,929 of which 127,235 are people who have been fully vaccinated.

 

 

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Eleven new COVID-19 cases were reported on Monday but no deaths were reported for a third straight day. Six new cases were reported on Saturday and nine on Sunday.

On the day when restaurants partially reopened after being shut for two months, the health authorities said 23 patients had recovered and the number of active cases was down to 213.

Vaccination jabs have increased to 379,951 of which 258,766 were first doses and 121,185 were people who are fully vaccinated.

1,524 swab tests were made in the past 24 hours.

 

 

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