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Coronavirus – Malawi: COVID-19 update (February 25, 2021)

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New cases: 207
Total number of active cases: 12,290
Total currently admitted: 110 (14 new)
Total number of tests carried out: 193072 (2804 new)
Total confirmed cases: 31,502 *
Total recovered: 18,045 (474 ​​new)
New discharges from treatment units: 15
Total number of deaths: 1,033 (4 new)

* Of these, 134 lost to follow-up.

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