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Covid-19 testing kits ran out two weeks ago in the northeast Syria area under the control of the self-declared Kurdish administration, a health official said Monday. The official said the absence of testing kits has hindered the ability to determine the new numbers of cases of the coronavirus in the region. The autonomous Kurdish administration has not published new Covid-19 figures since November 10, having previously registered a total of 36,960 cases, including 1,478 deaths. “There are new cases but we don’t have the capacity to test them because the lab has stopped working,” health officia…

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Published by Al-ArabyCovid-19 testing kits ran out two weeks ago in the northeast Syria area under the control of the self-declared Kurdish administration, a health official said Monday. The official said the absence of testing kits has hindered the ability to determine the new numbers of cases of the...