As the coronavirus outbreak spreads across the country, officials at the Afghan Ministry of Public Health recently announced the registration of 929 new cases in the past 24 hours.
Officials at the Afghan Ministry of Public Health announced in a newsletter on Sunday (June 9th) that 929 new cases had been registered in the ministry’s laboratories overnight.
According to the Ministry of Public Health newsletter, these positive cases have been registered in Kabul, Herat, Kandahar, Takhar, Balkh, Faryab, Helmand, Bamyan, Ghazni, Badakhshan, and Farah provinces. As a result, it has reached 71,690 tons.
According to the official statistics of the ministry, 25 coronary heart disease patients have died in the country in the last 24 hours, and the total number of deaths has increased to 2,944.
In addition, 169 people with coronavirus have recovered overnight in the country, bringing the total number of people diagnosed with coronavirus in the country to 57,450.
Meanwhile, with the increase of positive cases in the capital and 16 provinces of the country, all educational centers, universities, and schools were vacated for two weeks to reduce the number of coronavirus patients.
Afghanistan is currently experiencing the third wave of coronavirus; according to warnings from the Afghan Ministry of Public Health, the increase in coronavirus outbreaks this time is far more dangerous than in previous periods. If not correctly managed, Afghanistan is likely to witness a catastrophe. To become human.
The report comes as citizens do not take the Ministry of Public Health’s guidance in fighting the coronavirus seriously.
India records first yellow fungus death incident for the first time
A patient infected with the yellow fungus diseases died in Delhi after being diagnosed with three other diseases (black fungus, white fungus, and yellow fungus). Indian media have reported that this is the first recorded death incident from the bacterium in India.
According to foreign media reports, the first yellow fungus death case was recorded in India on Sunday (5/30/2021). A doctor at a local hospital in Ghaziabad, New Delhi, said that Konar Singh was 59 years old. He was also infected with the coronavirus and yellow fungus diseases, which caused his death.
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