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1,610 new cases confirmed in Turkey, death toll hits 168

Turkey's death toll from the novel coronavirus rose to 168 on March 30, as the number of confirmed cases increased by 1,610, bringing the total number to 10,827, the country's health minister said.
He said on Twitter that 11,535 tests had been conducted in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of tests carried out in Turkey to around 77,000.

German Giant Bosch has Developed Rapid COVID-19 Tests

The German company Bosch has developed a rapid test to detect the new coronavirus, the result of which is ready in two and a half hours and gives 95% accuracy. The new test uses the molecular diagnostics of Vivalytic made by Bosch Health Department and used in hospitals, laboratories and medical practices. The rapid test meets the quality standards of the World Health Organization (WHO).

The Tragedy in Spain is Growing: Over 800 COVID-19 Victims for the Last 24 Hours

The death toll of coronavirus in Spain has increased today by 812 people to 7340 from 6528 on Sunday, the Spanish health ministry said.

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country is 85,195. Yesterday they were 78,797. Thus, the number of infected in Spain exceeds those reported in China.

Turkey extends quarantine of Umrah pilgrimage returnees

Turkey on March 30 decided to extend the quarantine period of citizens that returned from the Umrah pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, after some returnees tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

According to Demirören News Agency, the quarantine period of the citizens has been extended for one more week by a decision by the Science Board of the Health Ministry.

In Belgrade, more than 350 infected, in isolation across Serbia, 70.000 people

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According to data from the official website of the Ministry of Health for monitoring the coronavirus epidemic in Serbia,, so far, 13 people have died from the infection with this virus in Serbia.
Eight deceased are male, and the average age of coronavirus victims in Serbia is 65.7 years.

Ankara rebuffs claims of inaccurate coronavirus data as cases top 9,000

The Turkish health ministry on March 29 reported 1,815 new coronavirus cases, marking the country's largest daily increase in infections, and 23 additional deaths.

That raised the total number of known infections in the country to 9,217, while the death toll has reached 131, it said.