Covid-19 in Morocco: 81 new contaminations in 24 hours, no deaths and 620 active cases

No deaths, 81 new cases of contamination and 12 recoveries were confirmed in the Kingdom on 13 and 14 May 2022. The still active cases are at 620, while more than 6.31 million people have received the third dose. Monitoring the pandemic in numbers.

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May 14 report

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In the Maghreb, Algeria does not communicate the number of screening tests, suggesting that the number of pollutants is much higher than the official figures. The last assessment stopped reporting 6 cases of contamination. The country has a total of 265,814 cases of pollution, including 6,875 deaths and 178,371 recoveries.

In Tunisia, 519 new cases of contamination and 16 deaths have been registered, according to the latest available report. The country has collected 1,040,712 cases of pollution, including 28,566 deaths and 983,631 recoveries since March 2020.

In Mauritania, according to the latest available report, 17 cases of pollution have been registered. The country has registered 58,822 cases of Covid-19 contamination, including 982 deaths.

A total of 1,019,609 children between the ages of 5 and 11, or 28.7% of Malaysian children, are fully immunized against Covid-19 under a nationwide vaccination program PICKids.

In addition, 1,617,807 children in the same age group, or 45.5%, received at least one dose of the vaccine, according to CovidNow, the official website of the Malaysian government dedicated to data related to Covid-19.

Among adolescents ages 12 to 17, about 2,902,847, or 93.3%, have completed their vaccination, while 3,000,780 (96.4%) have received at least one dose of the vaccine, the electronic portal adds.

16,060,675 adults, or 68.3% of the country’s adult population, received the booster dose. In addition, 22,970,710 (97.6%) among them received two doses of the vaccine, while a further 23,246,079 (98.8%) had at least one dose.

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has tested positive for Covid-19, her office announced on Saturday. Her symptoms are moderate and she is in quarantine for seven days at home, the government said in a statement.

New Zealand’s Prime Minister posted a picture of her positive test result on Instagram on Saturday, expressing her disappointment at having to miss several key political appointments in the coming week, including the announcement of the government’s annual budget and the release of a plan to reduce emissions. of greenhouse gases.

Rwanda has removed the requirement to wear face masks in public space as the country eases its strict measures designed to combat the pandemic.

The country has been among the fastest in Africa to vaccinate its population against Covid-19, and about a third of its 13 million inhabitants have already received booster doses of the vaccine.

Rwandan authorities have also announced that travelers will no longer have to do PCR tests, but will instead be able to undergo antigen testing before their journey and after their arrival in the country.

In China, disinfection services are dumping tons of chemicals in hopes of eradicating coronavirus. They spray everything from streets to apartments to pets, despite having a dubious anti-epidemic effect.

Furniture, clothes, food … No personal belongings escape the disinfectant droplets in the dwelling, whose occupants had to leave the key for this purpose before leaving. Outside, the wave of disinfection is falling on sidewalks, walls in buildings and even parks.

The pandemic has officially killed at least 6,286,925 people worldwide since the end of December 2019. The United States is the country with the most deaths (1,026,527), ahead of Brazil (664,830), India (524,201) and Russia (377,571).

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, taking into account the excess mortality directly and indirectly associated with Covid-19, that the pandemic may be two to three times higher than officially established.

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