5th patient dies from COVID-19 in Georgia

Published in Health
Wednesday, 22 April 2020 12:08

One more patient has died from coronavirus in Georgia, bringing the death toll to 5.

According to the latest figures, the number of patients diagnosed with COVID-19 in Georgia has reached 411. 98 patients recovered from the virus.

Three Georgian citizens are brought from abroad for medical treatment.

Currently, 5015 people remain under quarantine and 573 – in inpatient care.


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