The Malta Independent 24 October 2020, Saturday

86-year-old woman becomes 16th person to die with Covid-19 in Malta

Monday, 14 September 2020, 09:40 Last update: about 2 months ago

An 86-year-old woman has become the 16th person to die with Covid-19 in Malta after passing away on Monday morning.

The Ministry for Health said that the woman tested positive for Covid-19 on 30 August and was immediately admitted to hospital on that same day.

She was transferred to St. Thomas Hospital on 2 September, but was transferred back to Mater Dei on 5 September.  She passed away at the Infectious Diseases Unit overnight.


The Health Ministry said that she suffered from other medical conditions.

The Ministry, while giving its condolences to the family of the elderly woman, appealed for all to keep following the appeals of the Health Department.

The other 15 recorded deaths were as follows:

Wednesday 8 April – Woman, 92, Gozo General Hospital

Thursday 9 April – Man, 79, Karin Grech Hospital

Saturday 11 April – Man, 84, Mater Dei Hospital

Saturday 25 April – Woman, 96, Mater Dei Hospital

Tuesday 5 May – Man, 81, Karin Grech Hospital

Wednesday 13 May – Man, 53, Mater Dei Hospital

Wednesday 27 May – Man, 97, Karin Grech Hospital

Friday 29 May – Man, 56, Mater Dei Hospital

Friday 29 May – Man, 68, Mater Dei Hospital

Friday 21 August – Man, 72, Mater Dei Hospital

Saturday 29 August - Woman, 86, Mater Dei Hospital

Sunday 30 August - Man, 86, Mater Dei Hospital

Tuesday, 1 September - Man, 89, Mater Dei Hospital

Saturday, 5 September - Man, 85, Mater Dei Hospital

Thursday, 10 September – Man, 80, Mater Dei Hospital

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