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

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

And 6 deaths, 156 new cases of infection and 694 cases of recovery were confirmed in the Kingdom on February 28 and March 1, 2022. The cases that are still active are 3,723 cases, while more than 5.77 million people received the third dose. Monitor the epidemic in numbers.

New infections, remissions, number of checks performed, vaccinations, etc. To learn more about the development of the Corona virus in Morocco, click on this link: https://covid.le360.ma.

In the Maghreb, Algeria does not announce the number of triage checks, which indicates that the number of infections is much higher than the official figures. The latest assessment halted the registration of 81 new cases of COVID-19, 4 deaths and 76 recoveries. The total number of pollution cases in the country is 264,936, including 6,835 deaths and 177,513 recoveries.

And in Tunisia, 476 new cases of infection, 11 deaths and 3,056 cases of recovery were recorded, according to the latest available report. The total number of cases in the country has reached 998,230, including 27,784 deaths and 950,873 recoveries since March 2020.

In Mauritania, one new case of contamination was recorded and 2 recovered, according to the latest available report. The country has recorded 58,633 cases of Covid-19, including 979 deaths and 57,604 recoveries.

On Tuesday, South African health authorities announced that no deaths related to the Covid virus had been recorded in 48 hours, the first since May 2020 for the officially worst-affected country on the continent.

The National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NICD) announced the news in its daily count of cases, which were reported from across the country, sparking cautious optimism.

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The last time the country recorded no deaths due to Covid-19 dates back to May 12, 2020.

The Hong Kong supermarket rush has resumed with panic sparked by conflicting messages from the government about a possible city lockdown as all residents are screened in March.

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

Authorities planned to test 7.4 million people 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 sessions via videoconference on Tuesday after she was forced to cancel engagements last week due to her Covid-19 infection.

The health of the 95-year-old king, who tested positive for the virus on February 20, has raised concern.

But now she is doing well enough to speak by video link to the new ambassadors of Chad and the Principality of Andorra from Windsor Castle, where she resides.

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

The French-Austrian laboratory Valneva has obtained an emergency use permit in Bahrain for a vaccine against Covid-19, which represents the first license for its vaccine, it was announced on Tuesday.

Bahrain’s health agency has given the NHRA permission to use Valneva’s inactivated and adjuvant “VLA2001” Covid vaccine in emergency situations, the company said in a statement. Obtaining this authorization follows a gradual submission process to this authority.

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Valneva, which signed a pre-purchase agreement with the Kingdom of Bahrain in December to supply it with one million doses of its vaccine, plans to deliver the first batches to it at the end of March.

The pandemic has officially killed at least 5,945,445 people worldwide since the end of December 2019, among more than 433 million confirmed infections, according to a report by AFP.

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), taking into account the increase in deaths directly and indirectly related to Covid-19, estimates that the epidemic toll could be two to three times higher than that officially established.