Kovid-19 in Morocco: 156 new infections, 6 deaths and 3,723 active cases in 24 hours

On 28 February and 1 March 2022, 6 deaths, 156 new cases of contamination and 694 confirmed recoveries were reported in the Kingdom. The number of active cases still stands at 3,723, while more than 5.77 million people received the third dose. Epidemic surveillance, in statistics.

There have been new cases of contamination, exemptions, number of tests conducted, vaccinations etc. To learn more about the evolution of the coronavirus in Morocco, click on this link: https://covid.le360.ma.

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. The final assessment withheld reports of 81 new cases, 4 deaths and 76 recoveries from COVID-19. There are a total of 264,936 cases of infection in the country, including 6,835 deaths and 177,513 cured cases.

According to the latest reports available, Tunisia has recorded 476 new cases of infection, 11 deaths and 3,056 recoveries. Since March 2020, there have been a total of 998,230 cases of infection in the country, in which 27,784 deaths and 950,873 have been cured.

According to the latest reports available, one new case of contamination has been reported in Mauritania and 2 have recovered. 58,633 cases of Kovid-19 infection have been registered in the country, in which 979 deaths and 57,604 have been cured.

The country’s health authorities announced on Tuesday that South Africa had not recorded any COVID-related deaths in 48 hours, marking the first time since May 2020 for the country to officially become the worst-hit on the continent.

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The National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD) announced the news in its daily number of cases reported from across the country, triggering cautious optimism.

The last time the country did not record any deaths from COVID-19 was till May 12, 2020 ending dates.

Supermarket crowds in Hong Kong have resumed amid panic over the government’s mixed messages about the possibility of a lockdown in the city as the entire population is screened in March.

The Asian financial hub is currently experiencing its strongest wave of COVID-19, registering thousands of cases every day, saturating the hospital system and undermining the city’s “zero COVID” strategy.

Officials plan to test 7.4 million residents in March and isolate each infected person either permanently or in one of the camps being built with China’s help.

Buckingham Palace announced that Queen Elizabeth II held two hearings via videoconference on Tuesday after being forced to cancel the engagement last week because she had COVID-19.

The health of the 95-year-old emperor, who tested positive for the virus on February 20, had raised concerns.

But she is now doing well enough to speak by videoconference with Chad’s new ambassadors and the Principality of Andorra from Windsor Castle where she lives.

The Queen last week canceled similar planned engagements with diplomats because she was suffering from “mild” Covid symptoms, according to her office.

The Franco-Austrian laboratory Valneva has received an emergency use authorization in Bahrain for its vaccine against Covid-19, representing the first authorization for its serum, it announced on Tuesday.

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Bahrain’s health agency, NHRA, has granted authorization for the emergency use of Valneva’s inactivated, adjuvant COVID vaccine, “VLA2001”, the company said in a statement. To obtain this authorization the procedure for submission of dossier to this authority is followed.

Valneva, which in December signed an advance purchase agreement with the Kingdom of Bahrain to supply one million doses of its vaccine, plans to deliver its first batch at the end of March.

According to a report set up by AFP, since the end of December 2019, the pandemic has officially killed at least 5,945,445 people worldwide, of which more than 433 million have been confirmed.

The United States is the country with the most deaths (950,347), ahead of Brazil (649,333) and India (513,843).

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the number of pandemics could be two to three times higher than officially established, taking into account the additional mortality rates directly and indirectly linked to COVID-19.

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