Saladin’s Tuz Khurmatu town quarantined due to a spike in coronavirus cases


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SULAIMANI — The Saladdin Governorate Crisis Cell said on Monday (May 25) that officials have quarantined Tuz Khurmatu town after a rise in coronavirus cases.

Crisis Cell Spokesperson Jamal Akab said during a press conference that the quarantine would last for two days.

“Bazaars and bakeries will be closed for two days and only the pharmacies will be open,” he said.

According to the federal Ministry of Health, there have been 4,469 cases of coronavirus in Iraq. 2,738 patients have recovered from COVID-19, and 160 have died from it.

(NRT Digital Media)