212 new COVID-19 cases reported in Oman, tally at 82,743

Cairo: Oman confirmed Friday that its overall infections of the novel coronavirus have risen to 82,743, showing 212 new cases against the tally reported Thursday.

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The Omani Health Ministry put the total deaths from COVID-19 at 557 with six new fatalities.

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The total number of recovered patients in the sultanate has reached 77,427, or 93.6 per cent, the ministry said, according to the Omani news agency ONA.

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The ministry added that the number of patients receiving intensive care treatment are 153.

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Last week, a Health Ministry report said that epidemiological data indicate a drop in infection cases in Oman.

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The Gulf country has lifted a lockdown between its governorates as part of eased restrictions against an outbreak of the new coronavirus. A nighttime curfew, in place to contain the spread of COVID-19, has also been shortened.

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