Beijing, November 23 (Xinhua) - The" target="_BLANK">Chinese National Health Commission said on Monday that it received reports of 11 cases of newly confirmed COVID-19 on Sunday of Mainland Chinese , including two transmitted nationally, cases and nine imported.

The national transmission cases were reported in Shanghai, the Commission said in its daily report.

No new alleged cases or deaths related to the disease were reported, the Commission said.

Of the imported new cases, four were reported in four in Guangdong, and one in Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Fujian and Shaanxi, said the commission.

By Sunday's purposes, a total of 3,784 imported cases had been informed on the" target="_BLANK">continent. Among them, 3,486 had been discharged from" target="_BLANK">" target="_BLANK">hospitals after recovery, and 298 remained hospitalized. No deaths have been reported by imported cases.

On Sunday, 12 Covid-19 patients were downloaded from" target="_BLANK">" target="_BLANK">hospitals after recovery on the Chinese continent.

As of Sunday, the total number of COVID-19 cases confirmed on the continent had reached 86,442, including 315 patients who were still treated, with six in Severe conditions.

In total, 81,493 patients had been discharged after recovery, and 4,634 had died of the disease in the continent, the Commission said.

There were no suspicion of COVID-19 on the continent, while 11,231 close contacts were" target="_BLANK">still under medical observation after 731 was met on Sunday, according to the Commission. EndItem

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