Coronavirus – Sierra Leone: COVID-19 Updates (Tuesday, 2nd June 2020, Time: 11:00)

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New cases: 31

Confirmed cases: 896

At Isolation Centres: 370

Recovered: 480

Deaths: 46

In quarantine: 1,885

Out of quarantine: 4,497

Gender Confirmed

Female – 461 Male – 435

Places

Confirmed cases by district

Bo

42

Bonthe

28

Bombali

20

Falaba

4

Kailahun

19

Kambia

1

Karene

0

Kono

9

Kenema

67

Koinadugu

3

Moyamba

10

Portloko

18

Pujehun

2

Tonkolili

7

Western Rural

138

Western Urban

528

Total

896

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