Beijing, Nov. 14 (Xinhua) - The Chinese Mainland on Friday reported no new transmission locally COVID-19 cases, the National Commission of Health said on Saturday reported a total of 18 imported cases COVID-19 across the continent Friday, the commission said in its daily report. It was" target="_BLANK">reported imported cases in Guangdong, Shanghai, Tianjin, Liaoning, Fujian and Shaanxi

. No new deaths and new suspected cases were reported related to the disease, he added.

Twenty-four COVID-19 patients on the Chinese Mainland were discharged from the hospital after hospital recovery on Friday

at the end of Friday had reported 3,680 cases imported a total on the continent. Among them, 3325 had been discharged after recovery, and 355 remain hospitalized. were not recorded deaths have been reported among imported cases

. The total number of confirmed cases COVID-19 86 325 in the continent reached for Friday, including 388 patients continue to receive treatment, three of which are under severe conditions .

A total of 81.303 patients had been discharged after recovery on the continent, and 4634 had died from the disease, according to the Commission

. There was a suspected case COVID-19 on the Chinese Mainland on Friday. A total of 15,650 remained close contacts" target="_BLANK">under medical observation

. Friday saw 10 newly reported cases asymptomatic, all coming from outside the continent. On the same day, four asymptomatic cases was re-confirmed cases categorized as

. A total of 648 asymptomatic cases were" target="_BLANK">under medical observation, with 434 arriving from outside the Mainland. End

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