Five new COVID-19 cases: All contracted in the virus in the Faroe Islands

On Saturday, five new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the Faroe Islands.

All five have contracted the virus in the Faroe Islands, and they’re part of a chain of infection, which the chief medical officer has been aware of, the Ministry of Health writes. The infected people have been placed in isolation.

This new development brings the total number of confirmed cases to 423. 410 have already recovered, which means that the Faroe Islands currently have 13 active cases.

A total of 108.270 COVID-19 tests have been conducted. Since 1 September, 12 cases have been confirmed in the Faroe Islands.

One person is hospitalized with the disease, and 14 people are quarantined.

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