Malta, two cases confirmed positive in the last 24 hours

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The Maltese Health Authorities are insisting that although the new COVID-19 cases are low, this does not mean that the virus is over. In the last 24 hours, only two cases were confirmed positive while 19 more patients have recovered.
The Superintendent of Public Health, Professor Charmaine Gauci said that the new cases are female care worker, aged 60 and a male aged 43 who works in a private company.
Malta had 447 positive cases out of which 223 have recovered and 221 are still active. The Superintendent for Public Health said that till now no one has resulted positive for the virus twice. She said that people who have tested positive to the virus should not be emarginated from society as anyone can contract the virus.
(ITALPRESS/MNA)