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On Tuesday, 10 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Lithuania. All of them imported or from already detected hotspots of the infection.
10 new coronavirus cases
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Overall, Lithuania has already recorded 1854 cases since the outbreak of the pandemic.

212 patients are still infected. 1552 have already recovered.

79 patients have died from COVID-19, 11 other coronavirus positive patients died from other reasons.

Since 1st of June, Lithuania has recorded 39 imported cases.

447994 testes have already been made in the country, 3587 - on Tuesday.

Lithuania ended the lockdown on 17th of June.

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