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#CORONAVIRUSMALTA: 1/04 19 new Coronavirus cases, raising the number to 188.

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2590cc9d4bce0f57e111fd054de112de669fffce-1584090965-5e6b4f55-960x640The number of Coronavirus cases rose by 19 overnight, raising the number to 188.

Fourteen were local transmission, the Superintendent for Public Health, Charmaine Gauci said on Wednesday.

All are in good health. 

The new cases include a Lidl (Safi) employee who showed light symptoms on March 27 and continued to go to work. Contact tracing with colleagues was launched. The outlet was disinfected according to Health Department protocols and the shop has been cleared to open. Contact tracing is being made with the patient's family. It did not appear that the man had much contact with clients. Any shoppers who feel symptoms from March 26 to Tuesday should phone on 111, Gauci said.

Another case involves a woman, 65 who was at Mater Dei and was moved to another ward after testing positive. Contact tracing with staff and other patients are under way.

The other new cases were women aged 24, 45, 62, 56, 20 and 27 and men aged 33, 22, 64, 33 and 42.

The imported cases involve a man, 28 who had been to the UK and was in quarantine on his return, a man, 51, who was in contact with another person who tested postive after returning to his home country, and men aged 26 and 32.

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