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Covid-19 review: details of the situation in Morocco

In the last 24 hours, national laboratories authorized to test for Covid-19 have identified 101 new cases, totalling 8793 since the start of the pandemic, a rate of 24.2 per 100,000.

42 cases have been identified in the region of Rabat_Salé-Kenitra, particularly in an occupational outbreak. Marrakech has 21 new cases, 13 in the Casablanca-Settat region, 12 in the Fez-Meknes region, 9 in Tangier-Tetouan and 2 in Beni-Mellal and Guelmim-Oued Noun.

In the last 24 hours, 16522 cases were excluded, i.e. a total of 413,727.

No deaths have been reported since yesterday at 18:00, the total number of deaths remains unchanged, 212 since the beginning of the pandemic, representing a mortality rate of 2.4%.

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69 people have been declared fully cured, for a total to date of 7765 cases of remission and a rate of 88.3%.

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It should be noted that to date, the total number of active cases at the national level is 816, i.e. 2.2/100,000. Only the regions of Laâyoune-Sakia Hamra, Dakhla-Oued Eddahab and Drâa-Tafilalet do not record any active cases.

For the 101 new cases, 92, or 91%, are identified within the framework of the operation to follow up on contact cases and outbreaks of contamination.

Hospitals in the Kingdom have so far registered 11 serious cases, including 6 in Casablanca and 5 in Tangiers.

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The Ministry of Health indicates that the gradual lifting of containment does not in any way mean a return to normal life. It adds that caution is always required, as well as compliance with health measures, including the wearing of masks, prohibition of gatherings, physical distancing, hand washing and prohibition of family visits, especially for the elderly and persons at risk.

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