Morocco / Coronavirus-24H report: 258 healings, 6 deaths and a case fatality rate of 1.77%

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A Moroccan, who tested positing for Covid-19, arrives in a parking lot in the town of Moulay Bousselham, north of the capital Rabat, on June 20, 2020, ahead of being transferred to a medical center in another city. – Morocco reported a record single-day rise in novel coronavirus cases on Friday after an outbreak was discovered in red fruit packing plants in a rural area northeast of Kenitra city, prompting Rabat to tighten restrictions in the region. The North African kingdom reported more than 500 cases on Friday, mainly in Kenitra, having recorded on average fewer than 100 new COVID-19 cases daily since confirming its first cases in early March. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)

Mohamed DAROUICHETuesday May 11th, 2021 – 04:25 PM

The national coronavirus contamination report reported on Tuesday, May 11 at 6 p.m., 258 new healings, for a total of 501,404 and 6 new deaths, for a total of 9,083.

Hespress’s watch and monitoring platform,, details that Morocco now has 514,164 confirmed cases, 9,083 deaths (i.e. a mortality rate of 1.77%), 501,404 healings, a total of 5,834,676 tests (an increase of 7,955), and 3,677 cases under treatment, including 225 in serious condition (13 under intubation). In addition, 5,903,593 people have received a first dose of the vaccine since the launch of the campaign while 4,414,056 are on the second dose, the health ministry said.

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