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On Wednesday, 25th March, it was announced about three new deaths of patients with COVID-19 in Lithuania.
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Ukmergės ligoninė
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As the Ministry of Health informs the second patient was 90 years old.

On 16th March the woman was released from the hospital in Ukmerge.

After she developed fever and fatigue, on the 23rd of March she was brought to Santara Clinics in Vilnius. After the test, she was confirmed having novel coronavirus.

The third patient in the country that died with novel coronavirus was a patient also in the hospital in Ukmerge. It was announced that he was an elder person.

The fourth patient died in the hospital in Panevezys.

On Tuesday evening Lithuania had 209 patients diagnosed with COVID-19.

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