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Covid-19: Gambia registers 68 new positive cases

Sep 1, 2020, 11:38 AM

The Gambia has recorded 68 new positive coronavirus cases thereby bringing the total recorded cases to 2, 963, according to the 131st COVID-19 situation report of The Gambia for 28th August 2020 (published on the 30th August 2020).

There is no new COVID-related death officially recorded meaning the number is still 96.

The country currently has 1,835 COVID-19 patients who are in treatment or self-isolation (active cases).

At least 44 people are in quarantine, while 281 new discharges from treatment (recoveries).

Meanwhile, the Senegalese Ministry of Health yesterday registered 55 positive cases of covid-19, bringing the total number of infections to 13,611 positive cases, 9, 439 recoveries, 284 deaths and 3,887 under treatment.

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