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Another 101 new COVID-19 cases were registered on Wednesday, following Tuesday's low of 90.

Two patients died overnight bringing the total number of deaths up to 377. The two latest victims were a 79-year-old man and an 84-year-old woman. Both died at Mater Dei Hospital.

For the second day in a row, the number of swab tests taken amounted to under 3,000, with 2,789 being administered on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, health authorities said that 302 patients recovered overnight, bringing the number of active virus cases in Malta down to 2,276.

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New COVID-19 cases were down to 90 on Tuesday as a low number of 2,661 people were tested.

The number of cases was last in double digits on February 5, when 57 people had tested positive.

Two patients, a 76-year-old man and a 63-year-old woman died overnight, bringing the number of deaths to 375.

Meanwhile, health authorities said that 212 patients recovered overnight, meaning there are currently 2,479 active virus cases in Malta.

Up until Monday, a total of 150,897 vaccine doses had been administered, 45,286 of which are second jabs.

People in Malta are being vaccinated against the virus with Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca jabs.

Speaking to CNN on Monday, Health Minister Chris Fearne has called on the European Commission to negotiate with Russia so that the Sputnik V vaccine can be made available to all EU citizens.

 

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243 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths were reported on Thursday.

The health authorities said 4,760 swab tests were made in 24 hours and 334 patients recovered.

The latest victims were a man aged 75 and a woman aged 76, who both died at Mater Dei Hospital, raising the death toll to 363.

There are now 3,034 active virus cases.

The vaccination programme reached 133,871 with 41,621 being second doses. 

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