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Mainland China reports 195 new COVID-19 cases vs 137 a day earlier

Mainland China reports 195 new COVID-19 cases vs 137 a day earlier

Sunday, February 20, 2022, 10:04 GMT+7
Mainland China reports 195 new COVID-19 cases vs 137 a day earlier
A staff member in a protective suit instructs people who are lining up for a throat swab test at a temporary COVID-19 testing center as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Beijing, China, January 26, 2022. Photo: Reuters

China reported 195 new COVID-19 cases in the mainland for Feb. 19, up from 137 cases a day earlier, the health authority said on Sunday.

Ninety-four of the new infections were imported, the National Health Commission said in a statement, while 101 were locally transmitted, compared with 80 a day earlier. There were no new deaths.

China also reported 39 new asymptomatic patients, compared with 37 a day earlier.

China does not classify asymptomatic cases as confirmed COVID-19 cases.

As of Saturday, mainland China had 107,707 confirmed coronavirus infections, while the COVID-19 death toll remained at 4,636, it said.

Reuters

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