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Malta Registers Three More COVID-19 Victims, Bringing Total Death Toll Up To 88

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Malta has lost three more victims to COVID-19 today, the Health Ministry confirmed, bringing the total death toll up to 88.

The first was an 81-year-old man, who tested positive for the virus on 3rd November and succumbed to it earlier today at Mater Dei.

An 87-year-old man was the second victim. He was confirmed positive for COVID-19 on 29th October and died in the Good Samaritan long term facility.

The third case was a 77-year-old man who was confirmed positive on 10th November. He passed away at Mater Dei earlier today.

There have also been seven COVID-19 related deaths reported in the last two days.

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