The pair became the country’s 36th and 44th COVID-19 cases when they were admitted to hospital on March 11 and March 12. Of the two, it was the nation’s 36th patient who experienced a lengthy treatment procedure due to his age and underlying health conditions related to the lungs.
Since recovering from the epidemic, both patients have subsequently gone on to test negative for the virus three times, whilst showing no further signs of symptoms such as a fever, a cough, or shortness of breath.
Upon being discharged from the hospital, both cases are required to undergo strict surveillance for the following 14 days.
As of the morning of April 10, there has been 255 COVID-19 cases recorded nationwide, with 130 patients going on to make a full recovery and being released from hospital.