The third COVID-19 victim to be announced in Malta today was just confirmed by Public Health Superintendent Charmaine Gauci.
The patient, whose details are set to be announced later in a Health Ministry statement, died at Malta’s ITU, Gauci explained during her weekly press briefing.
“It’s important for whoever has a chronic illness to take care of their health,” Gauci stressed.
After two more deaths were announced earlier this morning, this means Malta’s total virus-related death toll stands at 38.
Over the last 24 hours, Malta registered 44 new COVID-19 patients and 63 recoveries. The current active cases are now 434.