Last update: 27.06 00:09 GMT
Number of infected, deaths and recovered in Channel Islands
Number of active cases
in Channel Islands
(Active Cases = Infected - Deaths - Recovered)
Daily increase of infected, deaths and recovered in Channel Islands
Percent of infected, deaths and recovered in Channel Islands
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