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29 new cases in 24 hours: Total number of COVID-19 cases is now 47

Lars Fodgaard Møller, Chief medical officer of the Faroe Islands (Image credits: Sverri Egholm)
Lars Fodgaard Møller, Chief medical officer of the Faroe Islands (Image credits: Sverri Egholm)

On Monday morning, the chief medical officer of the Faroe Islands, Lars Fodgaard Møller, announced that the Faroe Islands had a total of 18 COVID-19 cases. 24 hours later, on Tuesday morning that number had almost trippled.

The Faroe Islands now has a total of 47 cases. According to Kringvarp Føroya, two of these are employees at the National Hospital of the Faroe Islands.

During the last few weeks, a total of 703 have been tested for the virus.

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