Covid-19 in Morocco: 60 new infections in 24 hours, 2 deaths and 571 active cases

On 22 and 23 March 2022, 2 deaths, 60 new infections and 62 recoveries were confirmed in the Kingdom. 571 cases remain active and more than 6.07 million people have received their third dose. Monitoring the pandemic in numbers.

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March 23 report

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In the Maghreb, Algeria does not report the number of screening tests, which suggests that the number of infections far exceeds official figures. The latest estimate stopped reports of 11 new cases of Covid-19 infection, 1 death and 9 recoveries. The country has recorded 265,573 cases of infection, including 6,873 deaths and 178,207 recoveries.

Tunisia has 166 new infections, 2 deaths and 1,208 recoveries, according to the latest report available. The country has recorded 1,029,762 infections, including 28,065 deaths and 983,630 recoveries since March 2020.

According to the latest available report, there have been 3 infections and 2 recoveries in Mauritania. The country has recorded 58,665 cases of Covid-19 infection, including 981 deaths and 57,674 recoveries.

The United Kingdom pays tribute to the victims of the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday, two years after the first imprisonment, in the midst of a new surge in cases.

At noon, a moment of silence was observed in the Scottish Parliament, as well as in local communities, hospitals or vaccination centers around the country.

Organized by the Marie Curie Benevolent Association, buildings will also light up amber in four corners of the country on the occasion of this memorial day, including London’s Gherkin skyscraper, Glasgow railway station (Scotland), Belfast Town Hall (Northern Ireland) or the Welsh Parliament.

Nearly 164,000 people have died in the UK within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19, one of the worst numbers in Europe.

On Wednesday, Shanghai City Hall called for calm over the risk of a “panic” caused by a rise in Covid-19 cases in China’s largest city, where stadiums are being turned into quarantine centers.

Several districts of the Chinese economic capital have already closed, but many residents are afraid of a general quarantine and have begun to stock up on food.

China is experiencing the most severe Covid-19 outbreak since the first wave in early 2020 in a matter of days, which authorities quickly brought to a halt.

Shaken by the Omicron strain, the Asian giant reported more than 5,000 new infections on Wednesday, a low globally but significant for a country that is officially on a Covid zero strategy.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday that New Zealand would ease its medical restrictions this week after cases peaked, estimating the population was largely immune.

Jacinda Ardern announced that restrictions on outdoor gatherings will be lifted on Friday, allowing sporting events and concerts to be held without restrictions.

She added that skipping vaccinations will no longer be mandatory from April 4, and that most vaccination requirements for certain categories of employees will be lifted.

“To date, there have been more than 500,000 cases of Covid-19, and according to modeling experts, there were probably 1.7 million infections,” she said, acknowledging that Covid is not going anywhere.

Since the end of December 2019, the pandemic has officially claimed the lives of at least 6,105,133 people worldwide, according to a report compiled by AFP.

The United States is the country with the most deaths (998,840), ahead of Brazil (657,363), India (516,574) and Russia (364,901).

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), taking into account the excess mortality directly and indirectly associated with Covid-19, the losses from the pandemic could be two to three times higher than officially estimated.