The Chinese Ministry of Health on Friday reported 14 cases of COVID-19 from abroad while registering no locally transmitted infections.
According to the Asian country’s health authorities, six of the imported cases were confirmed in Guangdong, two in Shanghai, Sichuan and Shaaxi, and one in Liaoning and Fujian. This brings the number of cases from abroad to 2,720, while the global number for China is 85,269.
Additionally, the Chinese Ministry of Health is not aware of any other deaths from COVID-19, so the death toll from the disease remains at 4,634.
Eight patients were discharged this Friday after recovering from the disease, although 171 are still under medical treatment. In total, 80,464 people have recovered from COVID-19 in China.
Finally, the Asian country’s health authorities have announced that 6,514 people remain under medical observation after close contact with an infected person, while 796 completed that process that day.