Covid-19: 125 new cases recorded in Maldives!

Random samples being taken around Malé City | Photo: Sun

Malé, Maldives – Health Protection Agency (HPA) has revealed that 125 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported from the Maldives during the past 24 hours.

In the statistics released by HPA, it was detailed that out of the 125 cases, 64 were from the Malé area, while 46 cases were recorded from inhabited islands. The figures also included the 14 new found cases from operational resorts which brought up the total active cases in the country to 3,059.

With this, the total number of Covid-19 cases recorded in the country has reached 24,908 out of which 21,773 patients have made full recoveries, as of 18:00 of April 5, 2021. 

While the country is currently riding one of the worst waves that has hit the country in terms of the pandemic, currently there are 90 patients receiving hospitalized care for the virus throughout the country. With majority of the hospitalized patients being in the capital, experts continuously reiterate the importance of taking preventive steps against Covid-19, such as maintaining adequate physical distancing, wearing masks and practicing hand hygiene.

Since the country recorded its first case of Covid-19, Maldives has reported 67 deaths in connection to Covid-19. The deceased are 60 Maldivian nationals, 6 Bangladeshi nationals and a Filipino national.