The number of COVID-19 cases in the Maldives reached 1,591 on Saturday, according to data from the Heath Protection Agency (HPA).
Fourty-four additional COVID-19 cases including 13 Maldivians, 29 Bangladeshis and two Indians were confirmed on Saturday as of 3:30 a.m. local time.
Meanwhile, local media reported that the HPA has lifted travel restrictions between islands that are not currently being monitored for COVID-19 clusters.
A lockdown imposed on the capital region of Greater Male since April 15 has been extended by two weeks with relaxations to allow resumption of economic activities.
Maldives has recorded five COVID-19 related deaths and 242 recoveries.