The Afghan-Japan Hospital reported an increase in the number of patients infected with Covid-19 in recent weeks.
More than 100 coronavirus patients have come to the hospital in the last week, according to medical officials, and four of them have passed away.
"Only at the Afghan-Japan hospital, more than 180 patients come daily, among these 180 patients around 60% of them are the ones whose cases are positive," said Ebadullah Ibad, head of the Afghan-Japan Hospital's emergency control and transmission department.
“The number of patients has greatly grown these days,” said Enamullah Rahmati, director of the emergency care unit of the Afghan-Japan hospital.
Officials at the Afghan-Japan hospital say that as the country's temperatures has risen, the number of Covid-19 cases has grown by up to 60% just in the last week.
Meanwhile, some residents of Kabul, expressing concern over the spread of Covid-19 in the country, said that the Ministry of Public Health should pay serious attention to this issue.
"I ask the Ministry of Public Health to control the coronavirus, to make a serious decision, for example, people coming into Afghanistan from abroad through borders and airports should be carefully examined," said Mohammad Ershad, a resident of Kabul.
"Coronavirus, which is a deadly disease that has spread around the world, makes it necessary for the people of Afghanistan to wear masks to avoid this virus, and it is crucial for the Ministry of Public Health to find a solution," said Atef, a resident of Kabul.
Statistics show that more than 179,000 people have been infected with coronavirus in Afghanistan since it first started to spread, 7,800 of them have died as a result.