Maldives records the 32nd Covid-related death

Frontline workers during a drill held at reclaimed suburb Hulhumalé | Photo: Mihaaru

Malé, Maldives —  HPA has confirmed the death of the 32nd person who died in Maldives due to the Covid-19 virus

Health Protection Agency (HPA) tweeted that the deceased was an 58-year-old Maldivian female. According to HPA, the individual passed away while receiving care for the virus Covid-19, at the ICU of HMF. This is the 32nd Covid-related death in Maldives.

Therefore, up to date, a total of 32 people have passed away due to the virus in Maldives. The deceased are 26 elderly Maldivian nationals, 5 Bangladeshi nationals and a Filipino national.

While a total of 9,052 people have been confirmed for the virus in Maldives, 7,055 people have completely recovered from it up to date. Currently there are 1,960 active Covid-19 cases in Maldives.

Today itself 62 people were confirmed for the virus in Maldives. They were 44 locals and 18 foreigners.

Since the lock-down was eased in Maldives, there has been a surge in the number of confirmed cases. However, the number of confirmed cases recorded in the past few days have reduced by a great extend.

While the majority of the confirmed cases initially were of Foreign nationals, it has now changed to Maldivian nationals since the lock-down easement on the capital city Malé.