Coronavirus in Morocco: 208,539 new vaccinations, 4 deaths and 3,731 still active cases

On 16 and 17 June 2021, 468 new cases of contamination, 4 deaths and 390 treatments were confirmed in the Kingdom. The number of active cases still stands at 3,731, while more than 7.8 million people received a second dose. Epidemic surveillance, in statistics.

New cases of contamination, exemptions, number of tests performed, vaccinations etc. To learn more about the evolution of the coronavirus in Morocco, click on this link: https://m.le360.ma/covidmaroc.

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In the Maghreb, Algeria does not communicate the number of screening tests, which suggests that the number of infections is much higher than the official figures. In the previous report, reports of 343 new cases, 10 deaths and 231 recoveries infected with Kovid-19 were withheld. There are 134,458 cases of infection in the country, in which 3,598 deaths and 93,586 have been cured.

According to the latest reports available, Tunisia has recorded 2,091 new cases of infection, 65 deaths and 1,483 recoveries. There are a total of 374,312 cases of infection in the country since March 2020, in which 13,721 deaths and 326,329 have been cured.

According to the latest reports available, Mauritania has recorded 48 new cases of infection, 2 deaths and 48 recoveries. There are 20,151 cases of Covid-19 contamination in the country, including 19,271 under treatment and 479 deaths.

The novel coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 3,835,238 people worldwide since the WHO office in China reported the onset of the disease in late December 2019, according to a report set up by AFP at 10:00 GMT on Thursday from official sources. Took life

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More than 176,966,040 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed since the start of the pandemic. Most patients recover, but the still poorly evaluated portion persists with symptoms for weeks or months.

The figures are based on daily reports sent out by health officials in each country. They exclude modifications made by some statistical organizations, which end up with very high numbers of deaths.

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the toll of the pandemic could be two to three times higher than what is officially recorded, taking into account the additional mortality rates directly and indirectly linked to COVID-19. Despite the intensification of screening in many countries, a significant proportion of less severe or asymptomatic cases are also not known.

On Wednesday, 10,887 new deaths and 401,224 new cases were registered worldwide. The countries that have recorded the most new deaths in their latest reports are Brazil, India (2,330) and Argentina (646) with 2,997 new deaths.

The United States is the most affected country in terms of both deaths and cases, with 600,653 deaths among 33,498,511 cases, according to a Johns Hopkins University count. After the United States, the most affected countries have 493,693 deaths and 17,628,588 cases, India has 381,903 deaths (29,700,313 cases), Mexico has 230,624 deaths (2,463,390 cases), and Peru has 189,522 deaths (2,015,190 cases).

Among the hardest-hit countries, Peru is the country with the most deaths relative to its population, with 575 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Hungary (310), Bosnia (293), the Czech Republic (283) and North Macedonia (263). ).

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Latin America and the Caribbean reported a total of 1,222,889 deaths as of Thursday at 10:00 GMT, 35,476,483 cases, Europe 1,154,599 deaths (53,753,453 cases), the United States and Canada 626,644 deaths (34,903,306 cases), Asia 547,080 deaths (38,692,390 cases), Middle East 147,033 deaths (8,981,560 cases), Africa 135,885 deaths (5,107,939 cases), and Oceania 1,108 deaths (50,913 cases).
The assessment was carried out by AFP offices using data collected from competent national authorities and information from WHO.

Due to corrections made by officials or late release of data, the 24-hour growth figures may not exactly match the figures released a day earlier.

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