CAIRO (Reuters) – Yemen’s Saudi-backed government reported on Friday 21 new coronavirus cases, including three deaths, the coronavirus committee said on Twitter.
The committee added that 13 of the new cases were in Aden, and eight in Hadramout, including the three deaths.
The Aden-based government committee said the tally for confirmed coronavirus cases in areas under its control now stands at 106, including 15 deaths.
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