K. Male'
05 Feb 2022 | Sat 18:34
Maldives Covid-19 death toll has risen to 281
Maldives Covid-19 death toll has risen to 281
Covid-19 deaths
Maldives confirms fifth Covid-19 fatality of February
Deceased is an 80-year-old Maldivian woman
Maldives Covid-19 death toll has risen to 281
The death was reported from Hulhumalé Medical Facility

Maldives has confirmed the fifth Covid-19 fatality of February.

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) revealed that deceased was an 80-year-old Maldivian woman.

She was being treated at the Hulhumalé Medical Facility before being pronounced dead by doctors at around 03:35pm on Saturday.

This has pushed the Maldives Covid-19 death toll to 281.

The latest victim has been reported two days after the last victim was reported; a 72-year-old woman at the same facility.

19 Covid-19 fatalities have been reported so far this year; 14 in January and five in February.

The island nation reported the highest number of deaths in a single month since the pandemic began, during May 2021, when a total of 88 deaths were confirmed. June saw 50 Covid-19 fatalities, followed by 10 in July. Five Covid-19 fatalities were confirmed in August and in September. 12 Covid-19 fatalities were reported in October followed by seven in November. December also saw 12 Covid-19 fatalities.

212 Covid-19 victims were reported last year.

Last updated at: 6 months ago
Reviewed by: Hussain Makhuthoom
2 years ago
EIGHTY years old.....in the prime of her life.....the CHINESE virus .....who writes this CRAP ?.....let me think .....YOU....warm regards , Moishe from Israel......I have been to The Maldives.....do you know what's there ?.....NOTHING.....PS find my B777.....it IS there.....Thaa / Laamu channel ( south end ) depth 4500 feet.....5 miles SE of Thimarafushi Airport......salvagable.....do your job FCS.....search the uninhabited areas of W Laamu for debris......they found one item there Aug. 2015.....looked like tail cone......+ the fire xtinguishing ORB.....