National Situational Update on COVID-19 May 3, 2021 Bhutan

8 new cases in the last 24 hours Age Range: 10-35 years old Gender: 3 Male, 5 Female

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National Situational Update on COVID-19
8 new cases in the last 24 hours
Age Range: 10-35 years old
Gender: 3 Male, 5 Female
Nationality: All Bhutanese
Case type: 3 Imported (Paro, Phuntsholing), 1 Contact (Phuntsholing), 1 Mass Screening (Phuntsholing), 2 Frontliner (Phuntsholing), 1 Community (Samdrupjongkhar)
Meanwhile, 6 individuals are declared recovered in the last 24 hrs.
Note:
8,131 samples has been tested as part of the three days mass screening campaign in Phuntsholing from 30th April - 2nd May 2021 from which a total of 4 individuals tested positive all together.

Ministry of Health

PO box 726, Kawajangsa,Thimphu, Bhutan

Category: News & Announcements
Posted at: May 3, 2021 22:31
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