No COVID-19 cases registered in the past 24 hrs – Fearne

Updated 12:50 PM

There were also no new recoveries

A combination picture shows a variety of markers used to set out social distancing in multiple cities around the world as governments try to control the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in these pictures taken during April and May 2020. REUTERS/Reuters Photographers

Health Minister Chris Fearne announced on social media, this morning that in the last 24 hours no new coronavirus cases were detected.

Bonġu 🌈. Għax qbadna t-triq it-tajba mill-bidu, ir-responsabilità u s-sagrifiċċji ta’ ħafna qed jagħtu l-frott. Ebda każ ġdid ta’ #covid_19 il-bieraħ. Moħħna hemm ħa nkomplu ngawdu s-suċċess.

Posted by Chris Fearne on Monday, May 25, 2020

In his post on Twitter and Facebook, Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne said that Malta headed in the right direction from the very start in order to contain the spread of the virus.

Minister Fearne has also appealed again to the public to stay careful and continue following the measures to avoid the spread of coronavirus.

OFFICIAL COVID-19 figures for 26•05•2020Chris Fearne | MaltaGov | Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Directorate | Covid19 Malta

Posted by saħħa on Tuesday, May 26, 2020

The Ministry for Health announced further details on the latest coronavirus updates through the infographic posted on social media on Tuesday afternoon.

A total of 1472 swab tests were carried out in the last 24 hours and no new recoveries were registered. This means that the number of active cases remains that of 120 and the number of recovered cases stands at 485.

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