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A total of 31 patients who were injured in the mosque attacks in Christchurch Hospital, remain in hospital, The Guardian reported.

“Two people were well enough to go home and have been discharged today. There are still 9 people in a critical condition in intensive care. We continue to transfer any that are well enough to go to other wards as we can. People injured in the mosque attacks are our priority for surgery and other specialist care over the coming days. There is still a 4 year old girl in a critical condition in Starship Hospital in Auckland, transferred there on Saturday. Her father has also been transferred to Auckland and remains in a serious but stable condition,” the chief doctor of the hospital said in a statement.

As reported earlier, fifty people were killed and 50 others wounded in a terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, police announced Sunday.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern described the attack on Friday as one of her country's "darkest days."

An Australian citizen in his late 20s has been charged with murder in connection with the attacks. Two other people were arrested in the immediate aftermath of the shootings.

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