Coronavirus: Yemen confirms 21 new cases, three deaths

A man wearing a protecitve face mask rides a bicycle during a curfew amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Aden, Yemen April 30, 2020. (Reuters)

Yemen's UN-recognized government reported on Friday 21 new coronavirus cases, including three deaths, the coronavirus committee said on Twitter.

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The committee added that 13 of the new cases were in Aden, and eight in Hadramout, including the three deaths.

The Aden-based government committee said the tally for confirmed coronavirus cases in areas under its control now stands at 106, including 15 deaths.

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Last Update: 15:04 KSA 18:04 - GMT 15:04