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Case Number: test-0000001
Date of filing: 2021/05/16
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Petitioners

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.

Respondents

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.

Facts

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.

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Date: 15/05/2021


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The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.

Justices

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12
149
according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care
bringing the tally of recoveries to 722
036.

Only 5
430 samples
among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020
were tested across the country in the last 24 hours
yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.



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Keywords
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Relevant statute

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.





Case Number: test-0000001
Date of filing: 2021/05/16

Petitioners

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.

Respondents

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.

Facts

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.


Rule/Order/Judgment
Date: 15/05/2021:
Details

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.

Justices

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,  149,   according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care,   bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,  036.

Only 5,  430 samples,   among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020,   were tested across the country in the last 24 hours,   yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.



Reference
test-16-5-2021

Area of law

Keywords
test

Relevant statute

The death toll from COVID-19 rose by 25 in a 24-hour count to 12,149, according to the latest government data released on Sunday.

Another 601 people recovered from the illness through treatment at home and in hospital care, bringing the tally of recoveries to 722,036.

Only 5,430 samples, among the lowest collections since the outbreak of the disease in March 2020, were tested across the country in the last 24 hours, yielding a positivity rate of 6.69 percent.


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