92 COVID-19 fatalities raise death toll to 12,376

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Health officials on Tuesday confirmed 92 COVID-19 fatalities, raising the country’s COVID-19 death toll to 12,376.

Fifty-one fatalities confirmed on Tuesday were male and 41 were female. Of the total COVID-19 fatalities, 6,918 persons are male and 5,458 persons are female.

The Epidemiology Unit states that 76.42% of the total COVID-19 fatalities are in the over-60 age group, 22.39% are in the 30 to 59 age group, and 1.18% is in the below-30 age group.

The COVID-19 fatalities confirmed on Tuesday include 71 persons over the age of 60, 19 persons aged between 30 and 59, and two persons below the age of 30.

According to the Epidemiology Unit’s analysis of the 943 COVID-19 deaths confirmed between 11 September and 17 September, 51.2% were not vaccinated, while 29.4% had received a single dose and 19.4% had received both doses.

Of the 11,938 COVID-19 deaths confirmed until 17 September, 74.7% were unvaccinated, 18.9% had received only one dose of a vaccine, and 6.4% had received both doses.


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183,278 persons vaccinated against COVID-19 on Tuesday