Number of positive cases drop to a new low

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The health ministry has reported 54 more positive cases, bringing total number of cases to 5305. The latest number of positive cases marks another drop and thus far the lowest since March 14.

DG Dr Noor Hisham, in a press conference further announced two more deaths today bringing total number of fatality to 88.

“The number of recovered cases is 135 today, and they have been discharged,” he further said.

This brings the total accumulated recovery number to 3,102.

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