U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan's new crown cases rise to 159, several people are receiving oxygen therapy
Local hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Overseas Network, June 24. According to a recent diplomatic cable issued by the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the embassy has further increased, and has now risen to 159.
According to a report by CNN on the 23rd, this diplomatic cable was sent on the 19th, and Afghanistan is still experiencing the impact of the third wave of the new crown epidemic. A source familiar with the telegram stated that several members of the diplomatic mission were receiving oxygen therapy.
On June 17, the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan issued a notice warning that 114 of the embassy staff had been infected with the new crown and received quarantine, and one person died. Sources familiar with the situation pointed out that there are many factors behind the outbreak. In this epidemic, some cases came from people who were in direct contact with the public, and some cases also appeared among staff who had been vaccinated. (Overseas Net Zhang Ni)