BEIJING: China reported on Tuesday (Jul 13) 29 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in the mainland for Monday, up from 27 a day earlier, according to the National Health Commission.
Of the new infections, two were locally transmitted, one in Jiangsu province and the other in Yunnan, the health authority said. That compares with nine local cases a day earlier.
China reported 22 new asymptomatic coronavirus cases, which it does not classify as confirmed infections, up from 15 a day earlier.
No new deaths were reported.
As of July 12, mainland China had recorded 92,095 confirmed cases, with the cumulative death toll unchanged at 4,636.