Decrease in deaths and severe cases

The flagship epidemiological indicators are green this Sunday in Morocco. The country recorded in 24 hours, only 8 deaths (total: 8,623) while the number of severe cases is 429 cases, with 19 new cases in 24 hours. As for the mortality rate, it remains stable on February 28 at 1.78%.

In details, the deaths break down as follows: 2 in the region of Casablanca-Settat all in the city of Casablanca, 1 death in the region of Rabat-Salé-Kénitra in the city of Sidi-Kacem, 3 new deaths in the Oriental region all in Oujda Angad, while the Marrakech-Safi region recorded 1 death in the city of Marrakech. The region of Beni Mellal-Khénifra recorded 1 new death in the city of Khouribga while the other regions of the Kingdom recorded no deaths.

On the other hand, the total of beneficiaries of the first dose of the anti-covid vaccine reached 3,435,997 against 161,906 having received the second dose, indicated the Ministry of Health in its daily epidemiological report.

In addition, and as indicated by the monitoring and monitoring platform Hespress,, the Kingdom has recorded 239 healings, bringing the national total since the start of the pandemic to 469,046 remissions. The cure rate stood at 96.98% this Sunday.

It should be recalled that Morocco has recorded during the last 24 hours, 244 new confirmed cases of Covid-19, bringing the national total of proven contaminations to 483,654.

In addition, there are 5,985 patients under treatment, the total number of cases under intubation is now 28, the occupancy rate of intensive care beds dedicated to Covid-19 has reached 13.6%, while the total of cases under non-invasive ventilation is 256. The cumulative incidence rate has reached 1330.4%.

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The Ministry of Health therefore invites citizens to respect the rules of hygiene and health safety as well as the preventive measures taken by the Moroccan authorities by showing responsibility and patriotism.

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