The cumulative number of people infected with COVID-19 in Mozambique rose from 107 to 115 in the last 24 hours, the country’s health authorities said Thursday in Maputo.

National Director of Public Health Rosa Marlene said at a daily briefing on the pandemic that the number of recoveries rose from 35 to 42.

“Until today, 5,119 suspected cases have been tested in our country, of which 373 have been tested at the National Health Institute in the last 24 hours. Among the newly tested cases, 365 were negative and eight were positive for COVID-19,” said Marlene.

The health official added that out of the cumulative number of the confirmed cases, 103 were the result of local transmission and 12 were imported.

Of the new recoveries, four are of Mozambican nationality and three are foreigners, she said, adding that all of them had complied with home isolation and showed no symptoms. Enditem

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