Sunday, 28 November 2021 12:20 GMT

Palestine reports 2 new coronavirus cases, 41 in total


(MENAFN Palestinian authorities have announced the existence of two new coronavirus cases, increasing the total number of confirmed cases to 41, a Palestinian official emphasized on Tuesday.

The Palestinian government's spokesperson, Ibrahim Melhem, affirmed in a press statement published on the official Palestinian News Agency that both new persons infected with coronavirus were found in the West Bank.

Melhem stated, "One case is of a Palestinian from the West Bank city of Nablus, who has just arrived from Germany, and the other case is for a Palestinian student from Ramallah."

Melhem highlighted, "There are 37 cases in Bethlehem, two cases in Tulkarem, one case from Nablus and one from Ramallah," affirming the need of obeying all instructions issued by the Palestinian Health Ministry.

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