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On Tuesday, Lithuania recorded 3128 new COVID-19 cases. In total, the country has already announced 80 556 coronavirus cases.
3 128 new coronavirus cases
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Yesterday 31 people died of COVID-19. Overall, the death toll reaches 704 in the country. 348 other infected people died of other causes.

33 708 cases are closed. 45 798 cases are still active.

Lithuania has already made 1 357 723 tests, 11 729 - on Tuesday.

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