Malta, relatively low Covid-19 new cases
The Health authorities in Malta confirmed that since the number of positive cases to COVID-19 on a daily basis is relatively low and Gozo does not have any cases of coronavirus, this means that the situation is under control. However, the Maltese government has not published any guidelines of the transition strategy to lift some of the precautionary measures.
The Superintendent of Public Health, Professor Charmaine Gauci this afternoon confirmed only two new coronavirus cases; a Sudanese who lives with a person already contracted the virus and a Romanian, aged 29.
In the last 24 hours, 12 patients have recovered from the virus bringing the total of recovered cases to 351 while there are 110 active cases. Prof. Gauci said that 11 per cent of the positive cases have shown no symptoms.