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COVID-19: Known Cumulative Cases Over 32,000 in Afghanistan

The Ministry of Public Health on Friday reported 302 new positive cases of COVID-19 out of 772 samples tested in the last 24 hours, bringing the positive cases to 32,324.

The ministry also reported 12 new deaths and 1,290 recoveries. With this, the total number of recoveries is 17,331, which is more than the total active cases: 14,171.

Herat was on the top of the list with 43 cases while Nuristan was at the bottom with one positive case in a day.

The deaths were reported in Kabul (6), Kandahar (3), Paktia (2) and Takhar (1).

Kabul once again was on the top of the list of recoveries with 1,150 recovered cases in the last 24 hours followed by Paktia (57), Samangan (28), Kandahar (23), Takhar (20) and Uruzgan (12).

According to data by the Ministry of Public Health, so far, 74,287 samples have been tested in the country.

The total deaths have reached 819, according to the ministry.  

COVID-19: Known Cumulative Cases Over 32,000 in Afghanistan

Positive cases of the coronavirus reached 32,324 on Friday, according to data by the Ministry of Public Health.

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The Ministry of Public Health on Friday reported 302 new positive cases of COVID-19 out of 772 samples tested in the last 24 hours, bringing the positive cases to 32,324.

The ministry also reported 12 new deaths and 1,290 recoveries. With this, the total number of recoveries is 17,331, which is more than the total active cases: 14,171.

Herat was on the top of the list with 43 cases while Nuristan was at the bottom with one positive case in a day.

The deaths were reported in Kabul (6), Kandahar (3), Paktia (2) and Takhar (1).

Kabul once again was on the top of the list of recoveries with 1,150 recovered cases in the last 24 hours followed by Paktia (57), Samangan (28), Kandahar (23), Takhar (20) and Uruzgan (12).

According to data by the Ministry of Public Health, so far, 74,287 samples have been tested in the country.

The total deaths have reached 819, according to the ministry.  

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