Coronavirus – Somalia: Update on COVID-19 in Somalia (9th June 2020)

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New cases confirmed today: 48 Benadir: 19 Somaliland: 17 Puntland: 8 Galmudug: 2 Hirshabelle: 2

Male: 34 Female: 14 Recovery: 19 Death: 1

Total confirmed cases: 2,416 Total recoveries: 489 Total deaths: 85

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health & Human Services, Federal Republic of Somalia.

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