Covid-19 deaths (Jan 19): 9 reported fatalities, lowest in nine months

19/1/2022 2:59:00 AM

Lowest number of reported deaths in 270 days, since April last year.

Covid-19 deaths (Jan 19): 9 reported fatalities, lowest in nine months

Lowest number of reported deaths in 270 days, since April last year.

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