105 New cases of coronavirus were reported in TRNC on Monday, 100 are local cases

105 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in Northern Cyprus on Monday, which brings the total number of cases there so far to 7,229.

8,539 tests were carried out in the last 24 hours and 105 new cases were confirmed.

5 persons came in contact with previous cases who are under surveillance, and 100 were local cases.

Of the cases, 95 were from Lefkosa, 1 from Kyrenia, 2 from Famagusta, and 2 from Güzelyurt Region.

85 of the cases were detected in workers working at a construction company construction site in Lefkosa. The necessary examinations and treatments of the workers have started".

Contact tracing of workers, all staying on the same construction site, was followed by the Ministry of Health teams, and 53 people who came in contact with them were placed in central quarantine at a hotel. All of them are under surveillance and all measures have been taken to prevent any contamination in the next period. 

34 people were discharged from the hospital after completing treatment.

General situation of Covid-19 in the TRNC as at Monday, May, 31, 2021;
-Number of tests performed today: 8,539
-Number of positive cases detected today: 105
-Cases from abroad - 0
-Contact cases that became positive in quarantine - 5
-Local cases - 100
-Number of recovered and discharged cases: 34
-Number of cases lost today: 0
-Total number of tests performed: 1,219,610
-Total number of cases: 7,229
-Total number of recovered cases: 6,965
-Number of cases undergoing treatment: 322
-Number of patients in pandemic center - 29
-Number of cases followed up in pandemic hotels - 249
-Total number of lost patients: 33
-Number of patients hospitalized in intensive care: 2

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