Publish dateMonday 12 September 2022 - 08:53
Story Code : 258475
30 die of COVID-19 in Afghanistan
At least 30 people have died in the country of COVID-19 in the past month and that 6,000 people have tested positive for the virus in this time. The Ministry of Public Health said.
Afghan Voice Agency(AVA)_Monitoring, Health officials said the numbers are increasing but that they plan to vaccinate 12 million people ahead of winter.
“Six thousand people have been infected with this virus, and among them 30 people have lost their lives across the country, and we have plans in place to prevent it,” said Sharaf Zaman, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Public Health.

Afghan-Japan Hospital officials said they had treated about 100 people in the past month, of which 67 were admitted and 12 died.

“Now the type of this virus has changed compared to the past, and in the past month, the number of patients has increased in this hospital, and 12 deaths have been recorded in this hospital,” said Zalmy Rashten, the head of Afghan Japan Hospital.

Minister of Public Health Qalandar Abad said serious measures will be implemented throughout the country to fight the virus this year.

“We are taking measures to fight this virus and about 12 million people are going to receive the corona vaccine,” said Abad which includes the mass vaccination campaign.
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