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On Monday, 23rd March, the second week of quarantine started in Lithuania. In the afternoon the Ministry of Health confirmed about 17 new coronavirus cases in the country. Later at night, 19 new cases were confirmed. In total, there were 179 COVID-19 detected in Lithuania.
Second week of quarantine starts: 179 coronavirus cases in the country
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One patient already died form coronavirus. One patient is still in a critical situation.

So far, 2361 tests were done in the country.

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