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Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in Afghanistan Now Close to 3,000

Deputy Public Health Minister Wahid Majroh on Monday said that in the past 24 hours 190 positive cases have been recorded across the country, and the country total is 2,894.

The 190 new coronavirus case were reported in Paktia (41), Herat (30), Kandahar (25), Kabul (24), Balkh (17), Nangarhar (13), Laghman (11), Farah (9), Sar-e-Pul (6), Kunar (5), Zabul (3), Paktika (2), Khost (1), Uruzgan (1), Helmand (1) and Nimruz (1).

Majroh said that in the past 24 hours there have been five deaths: Herat (1), Kabul (1), Paktia (2) and Wardak (1).

Majroh also said that the threat of the coronavirus is currently at its "highest level."

The number of reported recoveries in the country is 397, while 90 have died.

The number of deaths from COVID-19 globally is more than 247,497, and 3,507,424 have been infected with the virus, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in Afghanistan Now Close to 3,000

The number of reported recoveries in the country is 397, while 90 have died, according to Majroh.

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Deputy Public Health Minister Wahid Majroh on Monday said that in the past 24 hours 190 positive cases have been recorded across the country, and the country total is 2,894.

The 190 new coronavirus case were reported in Paktia (41), Herat (30), Kandahar (25), Kabul (24), Balkh (17), Nangarhar (13), Laghman (11), Farah (9), Sar-e-Pul (6), Kunar (5), Zabul (3), Paktika (2), Khost (1), Uruzgan (1), Helmand (1) and Nimruz (1).

Majroh said that in the past 24 hours there have been five deaths: Herat (1), Kabul (1), Paktia (2) and Wardak (1).

Majroh also said that the threat of the coronavirus is currently at its "highest level."

The number of reported recoveries in the country is 397, while 90 have died.

The number of deaths from COVID-19 globally is more than 247,497, and 3,507,424 have been infected with the virus, according to Johns Hopkins University.

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