13 employees of 19 different departments of the Ministry of Internal Affairs tested positive for coronavirus in the last 24 hours, the Ministry of Internal Affairs reports.
According to the agency, 10 out of 13 cases were reported in Adjara.
“The buildings where the above-mentioned persons work have been disinfected. All thirteen employees are receiving appropriate treatment. Their condition is stable,” the Ministry of Internal Affairs said.
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