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    4 New COVID-19 Cases in Qatar, Total of 7

    A day after 2 new cases of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) were announced, four new cases have been recorded. This is according to a post from the Ministry of Public Health. The new infected persons include two Qatari nationals and two domestic workers. All of them travelled to Iran and they were evacuated via private plane from Iran to Qatar on February 27.

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    These four infected people were subjected to immediate quarantine upon arrival in Qatar and as they have not had contact with community members since their arrival. They’ve been admitted to the Communicable Diseases Center under complete isolation and all are in stable conditions.

    Below is a statement from the Qatar Ministry of Health from their official Twitter account about this case:

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    MOPH announces four additional cases of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) have been recorded in Qatar​​

    MOPH – Ministry of Public Health announces the registration of four new infections with the Corona virus (Covid 2019) in the State of Qatar, including two Qatari citizens and two from domestic workers.

    The Ministry of Public Health today announced four new positive cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the State of Qatar, bringing the total number of cases in Qatar to seven. The infected people are two Qatari citizens and two domestic workers who were accompanying them in their travel to Iran. The four were evacuated from Iran by Qatar on a private plane on February 27.

    The four infected people were subjected to immediate quarantine upon arrival in Qatar and as they have not had contact with community members since their arrival, and the risk of outbreaks of the disease in the wider community in Qatar is still low.
    The four infected people were admitted to the Communicable Diseases Center under complete isolation and all are in stable conditions.
    It is worth noting that the first three positive cases that were diagnosed and recently announced all have a stable health status and are undergoing treatment at the Communicable Diseases Center.​