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Thursday 14th October: One COVID-19 patient admitted to ITU as Malta records 19 new cases
Nine virus patients are being treated at Mater Dei Hospital.

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The Health Authority’s Facebook page, Sahha, has published today's figures. Malta has registered 19 new cases in the past 24 hours.

The islands have registered 15 recoveries, meaning that the country’s total number of active cases now stands at 289.

The post also noted that until yesterday, 13th October, Malta had administered 846,671 vaccine doses 28,733 of these were booster doses.

Fortunately, no COVID-19 deaths were registered in the past 24 hours. This means that the country’s virus death toll remains at 459.

A total of nine patients are being treated at Mater Dei, one of whom is in ITU.

14th October 2021



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