Covid-19: Angola records 129 new infections, three recoveries

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Luanda - Angola on Monday announced the report of 129 new cases, three recovered patients and two deaths, in the last 24 hours.

According to the Secretary of State for Public Health, Franco Mufinda, 101 cases were diagnosed in Luanda, 11 in Huila, 7 in Cuanza Sul, 4 in Benguela, 3 in Cabinda and 3 in Zaire.

Among the new cases, Franco Mufinda said, 97 were mem and 32 women and their ages ranged from 3 to 82.

Those recovered, he said, lived in Luanda.

The deaths were registered in Huíla and Cuanza Norte.

Of those recovered, 13 reside in Luanda and eight in Namibe.

The general table shows 24,518 cases, with 563 deaths, 22,600 recovered and 1,355 active. Of the active, 7 are in critical condition, 13 serious, 68 moderate, 48 light and 1,219 asymptomatic.

In the last 24 hours, 2,636 samples were processed, corresponding to a daily positivity rate of 4.8.

In the inpatient centres there are 136 patients, while 48 citizens are in institutional quarantine.

The authorities are keeping 1,322 contacts under epidemiological surveillance.

 

 

According to the Secretary of State for Public Health, Franco Mufinda, 101 cases were diagnosed in Luanda, 11 in Huila, 7 in Cuanza Sul, 4 in Benguela, 3 in Cabinda and 3 in Zaire.

Among the new cases, Franco Mufinda said, 97 were mem and 32 women and their ages ranged from 3 to 82.

Those recovered, he said, lived in Luanda.

The deaths were registered in Huíla and Cuanza Norte.

Of those recovered, 13 reside in Luanda and eight in Namibe.

The general table shows 24,518 cases, with 563 deaths, 22,600 recovered and 1,355 active. Of the active, 7 are in critical condition, 13 serious, 68 moderate, 48 light and 1,219 asymptomatic.

In the last 24 hours, 2,636 samples were processed, corresponding to a daily positivity rate of 4.8.

In the inpatient centres there are 136 patients, while 48 citizens are in institutional quarantine.

The authorities are keeping 1,322 contacts under epidemiological surveillance.