7 August 2020

Turkey records 1,049 more recoveries from COVID-19

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Turkey on Tuesday confirmed 1,049 more recoveries from the novel coronavirus, bringing the tally to 196,720, according to the country's health minister. reports citing Turkish media.

Citing Health Ministry data, Fahrettin Koca said on Twitter that a total of 992 people had contracted COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the overall number to 214,993.

"WE ARE UNDER 1,000 new cases AGAIN. For the first time in 33 days," Koca said on Twitter.

"The number of new cases, which was 987 on June 11, had risen to 1,195 on the following day. Right now, we don't know about tomorrow. We know that we will see the results of today's measures in an average of seven days," he added.

The country's death toll from the disease rose to 5,402, with 20 new fatalities reported over the last 24 hours.

2020.07.14 / 23:52
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