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#CORONAVIRUSMALTA: 11/05 7 new coronavirus cases in Malta

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Seven new COVID-19 cases were reported overnight, the Superintendent of Public Health Charmaine Gauci, said on Monday.

A total of 778 tests were carried out in the past 24 hours.

Meanwhile, one patient aged between 10 and 20 has recovered, raising the total of recovered patients to 434. There are now 64 active cases.

Gauci said that the R Factor - the rate of transmission from infected persons - has risen above 1. However, she clarified, this was normal during a "transition period". 

The new cases are:

    • A cluster of two people - a 41-year-old mother who started showing symptoms on May 9, and her two-year-old daughter who showed symptoms on May 8.

    • Another cluster of three people at Mater Dei Hospital related to a cluster announced on Sunday. They are a 47-year-old female healthcare worker, a 24-year-old man who is a healthcare worker in the same ward and a 26-year-old female healthcare worker who did not have any symptoms. 

    • A 30-year-old woman who underwent a test with her partner, who in his case did not test positive.

    • A 41-year-old healthcare worker at Karin Grech who tested positive during routine testing after showing no symptoms.

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