Two more cases of coronavirus reported in occupied South Ossetia

Two more cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in occupied South Ossetia.

According to the Res news agency, one of the infected is a cadet who has returned from Russia and the other one is a woman also from Russia, who was there for medical treatment.

Thus, as of May 24, 30 patients are being treated for coronavirus in the occupied region, including medical personnel.

More than 120 people have been tested for coronavirus in occupied South Ossetia in all.

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