Defence added a further three confirmed cases of COVID-19 to its tally this afternoon, bringing the total now to 111.
All three cases were added to the ‘overseas’ list of where the disease was diagnosed.
This comes on top of seven new cases over last weekend.
Today’s cases makes 15 in a row for ‘overseas’, which now accounts for more than half of all Defence cases.
In some good news, Defence also added three to the list of ‘recovered’, which had been stagnant for two weeks.
For the eagle-eyed among you, you may notice that CONTACT has re-aligned its map numbers with Defence’s figures.
Keeping up with our preferred method (the current/new location of the people, rather than the where the diagnosis was made) in the absence of information was too hard and too confusing – and therefore too inaccurate to be useful.
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