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Ministry of health:Ten cases of corona have recovered raising the number of recoveries to 256

29 new cases of corona have been registered raising the number of infections to 809
One death also registered raising fatalities to 44.
Ministry of health:Ten cases of corona have recovered raising the number of recoveries to 256.

Health Ministry: 23 new coronavirus cases registered, 9 recovered

Damascus (ST): The Ministry of Health  announced today that 23 new coronavirus cases were registered in Syria and nine cases were recovered. The Ministry said in a statement that the total number of infections reached  780 until today, 246 of them have recovered and 43 cases have died.

Health Ministry: 19 new Coronavirus cases, 8 patients recovered , 2 passed away

The Ministry of Health announced on Friday  the registration of 19 new cases of coronavirus in Syria , while 8 patients have recovered and two have passed away..

The Ministry indicated in a statement to SANA  that the total  number of  Coronavirus  recorded in Syria has reached 757 , of which  237 have recovered and 43 have died.

The first infection with the Corona virus in Syria was recorded on the  22nd  of last March for a person  who had come  from abroad , while  the first death  caused by the virus was registered on March 29th. 

 

Rawaa Ghanam

Out of 717 coronavirus cases, 229 ones have recovered in Syria

Syrian Ministry of Health announced on Wednesday that 23 new coronavirus cases were reported, while 9 patients recovered. 
 
The ministry said in a statement that the number of infections reached 717. 
 
Out of 717 cases, 229 have recovered and 40 have died.
 
Basma Qaddour

Health Ministry: 20 new coronavirus cases have been registered, 10 ones have recovered

Health Ministry announced on Tuesday that 20 new coronavirus cases were registered to raise the total infections to 694 in Syria, while 10 cases have recovered.

The Ministry added in a statement that the total number of infections reached 694 ones, among them 220 have recovered and 40 cases have passed away.