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Fri, 11 Sep 2020 22:02 - Updated Fri, 11 Sep 2020 22:01

Covid-19: Angola reports 62 new infections, 11 recoveries

Luanda - Sixty-two new positive cases, one death and 11 recoveries were registered in the last 24 hours in Angola.

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Franco Mufinda, State secretary for Public Health

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According to the Secretary of State for Public Health, Franco Mufinda, who was briefing on the pandemic, two of the new infected are registered in Cabinda and 60 in Luanda.

The list of new patients is made up of 31 males and the same number females, aged between one and 80 years.

The death, however, was registered in Huambo province.

Mufinda said that the Angolan capital (Luanda) accumulated 92 percent of all positive cases in the country.

In relation to the lethality rate, he noted that Huambo led the table with 33 percent.

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