The total number of people recovered from COVID-19 in the Maldives has risen to 2607 after 39 more recovers from the illness.
Health Protection Agency (HPA) said that among those under treatment, 39 people have recovered in the same time period raising the number of total recoveries in the country to 2,607. There are 1,155 people still in treatment in the Maldives.
HPA said that from 6 p.m. yesterday to 6 p.m. today, 44 Maldivians have tested positive along with 19 Bangladeshi nationals, eight Indian nationals, a Nepalese national, a Philippine national and a Sri Lankan national.
Information released by the HPA show that the quarantine facilities are empty but there are 709 people at the isolation facilities.
Currently, there are active cases in H.A. Kelaa, R. Inguraidhoo, B. Eydhafushi, B. Kamadhoo. Lh. Kurendhoo, Lh. Hinnavaru, K. Maafushi and V. Fulidhoo.
In the Maldives, 16 people have passed away due to complications with COVID-19 which includes 11 Maldivians, four Bangladeshi nationals, a man from Philippines. The deceased include nine elderly Maldivians.