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The number of new COVID-19 cases dropped to 55 on Tuesday, the lowest this year.

The last time new cases were lower was on Christmas day when 50 cases were found. 57 new cases were reported on February 5.

The health authorities said on Tuesday that an 83-year-old woman and a 78-year-old man had died after being diagnosed with the virus.

2,086 swab tests were taken in the past 24 hours and the number of active cases had dropped to 899.

 

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Another 103 new COVID-19 cases were registered on Friday as four more patients died.

The victims, men aged 68, 72, 73 and 80, bring the death toll up to 382. They all died at Mater Dei Hospital.

The new cases were detected from a low 2,252 swab tests

Meanwhile, the health authorities said 332 patients recovered overnight, pushing the number of active virus cases in Malta down to 1,852.

This is the lowest number of active cases registered since January 6, when the number was 1,845.

 

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Another 102 new COVID-19 cases were registered on Thursday as one patient died.

The new deaths bring the number of victims up to 378. The latest victim is a 76-year-old woman who died at Mater Dei Hospital.

The new cases were found from 3,049 swab tests.

Meanwhile, health authorities said that 291 patients recovered overnight, bringing the number of active virus cases in Malta down to 2,049. That is the lowest number of active cases registered since January 8, when the number of active cases was 2,047.

 

 

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