Georgia’s occupied Tskhinvali region reported three confirmed cases of COVID-19 – local media said quoting Marina Kochieva, Chief Sanitary Doctor.
According to Kochieva, two new cases were revealed today. The tests were conducted on these two persons in North Ossetia. The infected persons are isolated at Hospital of Infectious Diseases and are currently under observation of doctors.
The local media reported earlier on May 6 that the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in occupied Tskhinvali region. As Chief Sanitary Doctor of the occupied region Marina Kochieva reported, a man, who arrived from the Russian Federation in South Ossetia on April 30, tested positive on COVID-19.