COVID-19: 3 New Cases In The Past 24 Hours, 72-Year Old ITU Patient Discharged From Hospital



Giving today’s medical update about the COVID-19 Situation in Malta, the Superintendent of Public Health, Prof Charmaine Gauci announced that after 1,241 tests which were carried out in the past 24 hours, 3 New Cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed, whilst an elderly man who was previously in Intensive Care using also a ventilator has recovered enough that will be discharged from hospital today.

A quick look at Malta’s numbers after today’s update, shows that the total of cases in Malta now stands at 506, with 434 persons who have already recovered, and 5 senior-citizens who have died after contracting the virus. The total of active cases now stands at 67.


In Brief

First Reported COVID-19 Case in Malta: 7th March 2020

Number of Cases so Far: 506

Number of Active Cases: 67

Number of Recovered Patients: 434

Number of Tests so far: 44,655

Number of Deaths: 5   


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