Georgia reported five new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, taking its total tally to 1,160.
According to the country’s National Center for Disease Control and Public Health, three of the five new cases are imported, while the source of infection for the other two cases has not been identified.
As of Thursday, 935 of the country’s 1,160 confirmed patients have recovered, while 17 have died, the center said.
Georgia reported its first confirmed case on Feb. 26.
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