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#CORONAVIRUSMALTA: 12/05 3 new coronavirus cases in Malta

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Three new COVID-19 cases were reported overnight after 1,241 tests, the Superintendent of Public Health, Charmaine Gauci said on Tuesday.

All were related to contacts with previous known cases.

She also announced that a 72-year-old man who was in intensive care for a lengthy period of time before being moved to another ward had now recovered enough to be taken home. He was admitted to hospital six weeks ago.

"This is good news for all of us," she said, while thanking and praising all the medical staff involved.

Gauci said no other patients had recovered overnight, with the number of active cases now at 67. Total recoveries so far were 434.

She said the new cases were a 58-year-old man who was in contact with a mother and daughter who tested positive on Monday. He had no symptoms
and was diagnosed after contact tracing.

The other two cases were related to a Mater Dei ward where a positive case had been identified a few days ago. They are two workers, a 54-year man and a 44-year-old woman.

So far 30 workers have tested positive at Mater Dei.

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