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Afghanistan has resumed international flights after three months of break, as it recorded its lowest daily infection since the 13th of May, in the midst of a dropout number of daily tests.Turkish Airlines will be the first airline which resumed its flights from Kabul to Turkey, after almost three months. The flights will be in health measures, according to the officials of the company.

Afghan officials said the local aviation companies have also resumed their flights abroad. “We have imposed measures of health security in order to start our flights, local businesses have also resumed their flights,” said Mohammad Qasim Wafaeezada, at the head of the Afghanistan, the Civil Aviation Authority.

The country’s ministry of health has detected 234 new coronavirus coronavirus infections, the lowest daily rise since May 13, – from 651 tests in the last 24 hours, and 21 more patients died of the virus, taking the total number of infections 29,715 and the number of deaths at 639. There were 9,869 recoveries.

The ministry of health had already said that he was unable to increase testing due to a lack of laboratories and overloaded with patients, suspects, adding that health workers will determine new coronavirus patients through their symptoms, rather than tests. The ministry of health has repeatedly said it has a capacity of 2 000 tests per day, but never reached the number.

Kabul still driving every day new infections as most of the new cases (124) have been reported in the capital and four patients died of the virus of the night. Kabul is the country most affected area in both the number of confirmed cases and deaths with 12,309 cases and 151 deaths.

Most of the new deaths were reported in the western province of Herat that 11 patients died of the virus of the night.

During this time, the war rages on with full intensity throughout the country as 17 Taliban and four security forces were killed in a clash in Helmand province on Tuesday night after the Taleban attacked the security posts, local officials said on Wednesday.

The western province of Badghis has also been a field of battle last night at least 10 security forces have been killed in a Taliban attack.

The last week has been the “deadliest” in the 19 years of war at least 988 Afghan security forces and civilians have been killed and injured, according to the country’s National Security Council.

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