Covid-19: Angola records 276 recoveries, 121 new cases

  • Ministra Da Saude  Silvia Lutucuta
Luanda - Angolan health authorities announced Friday the registration, in the last 24 hours, of 276 patients recovered from Covid-19, 121 new infections and one death.

 

 

According to the health minister, Silvia Lutucuta, who was speaking at the country's usual Covid-19 update session, of those recovered, 264 are from Luanda, nine from Cunene, two from Benguela and one from Malanje.

 

As for the new positive cases, she pointed out that they involve citizens aged between three and 94, 63 males and 48 females.

 

According to her, 65 cases were diagnosed in Luanda province, 27 in Benguela, 15 in Cabinda, eight in Cunene, three in Huambo and the same number in Uíge.

 

She said the death was of an Angolan citizen, 55 years old, and resident in Luanda.

 

Angola has 12,223 positive cases, 300 deaths, 5,626 recovered and 6,297 active people.

 

Of the active cases, 12 are in critical condition with invasive mechanical ventilation, 22 severe, 164 moderate, 306 with mild symptoms and 5,793 asymptomatic.

 

The health authorities follow 504 patients admitted to treatment centres in the country.

 

 

According to the health minister, Silvia Lutucuta, who was speaking at the country's usual Covid-19 update session, of those recovered, 264 are from Luanda, nine from Cunene, two from Benguela and one from Malanje.

 

As for the new positive cases, she pointed out that they involve citizens aged between three and 94, 63 males and 48 females.

 

According to her, 65 cases were diagnosed in Luanda province, 27 in Benguela, 15 in Cabinda, eight in Cunene, three in Huambo and the same number in Uíge.

 

She said the death was of an Angolan citizen, 55 years old, and resident in Luanda.

 

Angola has 12,223 positive cases, 300 deaths, 5,626 recovered and 6,297 active people.

 

Of the active cases, 12 are in critical condition with invasive mechanical ventilation, 22 severe, 164 moderate, 306 with mild symptoms and 5,793 asymptomatic.

 

The health authorities follow 504 patients admitted to treatment centres in the country.