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3 More Positive Cases of Coronavirus in Afghanistan, Total 10

The Ministry of Public Health on Saturday reported three more positive cases of Covid-19 in Afghanistan: one in the central province of Kapisa, one in the northern province of Balkh, and one in the northern province of Samangan. These are the first reported cases in Kapisa and Balkh, and the third positive case in this province of Samangan.

The ministry said that the total reported cases of the coronavirus in Afghanistan has reached 10 - five cases in Herat, three in Samangan, one in Kapisa, and one in Balkh.

So far, the Ministry of Public Health has tested 181 suspected cases, and these 10 have tested positive, and 171 have tested negative. The samples of the 181 suspected cases were from Herat, Samangan, Kapisa, Balkh, Daikundi, Parwan and Paktia.

The ministry said in a statement that another 52 samples are being tested in laboratories and the results will be announced soon.

 

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