Coronavirus in Slovakia: 19 new cases confirmed (graphs)

The total number of cases has risen to 1,870.

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19 people were positively diagnosed with the coronavirus disease in Slovakia on July 9, the total number increased to 1,870.

Altogether 224,080 tests have been negative, according to the data from the National Health Information Centre.

Altogether 28 people have died, while 1,481 have recovered from the disease.

Slovakia's authorities release the testing results as of midnight the previous day every morning. Starting on March 27, also private labs are involved in testing samples for the coronavirus.

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