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20 at Palace Have Tested Positive for COVID-19: Documents

Documents seen by TOLOnews indicate that at least 20 employees of the Presidential Palace have tested positive for the coronavirus out of 517 samples examined.

Sources said ten groups of medics from the Public Health Ministry have begun taking samples from other officials and staff members of the Presidential Palace after the cases were identified.

Doctors said there is a need for more test kits, as testing will slow the spread of the virus in the country.

“We will get the best results if we have enough kits,” said Assadullah Esmat, head of the Infectious Diseases Hospital in Kabul. “By testing more people, we can find patients who have the virus while it is in its incubation period.”

“Our teams have increased in Kabul and they collect samples from anywhere they get a report, (of a suspected case),” said Nizamuddin Jalil, head of Kabul hospitals, a department of the Ministry of Public Health.
The Public Health Ministry on Friday reported

37 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing total cases to 521.

20 at Palace Have Tested Positive for COVID-19: Documents

The total number of positive of cases of the coronavirus in Afghanistan is 521 as of Friday.

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Documents seen by TOLOnews indicate that at least 20 employees of the Presidential Palace have tested positive for the coronavirus out of 517 samples examined.

Sources said ten groups of medics from the Public Health Ministry have begun taking samples from other officials and staff members of the Presidential Palace after the cases were identified.

Doctors said there is a need for more test kits, as testing will slow the spread of the virus in the country.

“We will get the best results if we have enough kits,” said Assadullah Esmat, head of the Infectious Diseases Hospital in Kabul. “By testing more people, we can find patients who have the virus while it is in its incubation period.”

“Our teams have increased in Kabul and they collect samples from anywhere they get a report, (of a suspected case),” said Nizamuddin Jalil, head of Kabul hospitals, a department of the Ministry of Public Health.
The Public Health Ministry on Friday reported

37 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing total cases to 521.

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