Daily Archives: May 19, 2020

Covid-19: 10 New Recoveries in Draa-Tafilalet Region

Errachidia – Ten Covid-19 patients recovered over the past 24 hours in the region of Draa-Tafilalet, taking the total of recoveries in the region to 509, the regional health office said Monday. No new Covid-19 case was reported in the region over the given period, the source added, noting that the total number of cases

Covid-19: 13 New Cases in Marrakech-Safi Region

Marrakech – Thirteen new cases of the novel coronavirus were recorded over the past 24 hours in the region of Marrakech-Safi, bringing the total number of cases in the region to 1,294 until Tuesday at 4 p.m., the regional health office said Tuesday. Marrakech is the worst hit prefecture with 250 cases, ahead of Al

Covid-19: 20 New Confirmed Cases in Morocco, 6,972 in Total, Ministry

Rabat – Twenty new cases of infection with the new coronavirus (Covid-19) were confirmed in Morocco until Tuesday at 10:00 am, bringing to 6,972 the total number of contamination cases, the Ministry of Health announced. The number of cases cured stands at 3,890 with 132 new recoveries, while the number of fatalities stands at 193

Covid-19: 132 New Recoveries in Morocco, 3,890 in Total, Ministry

Rabat – 132 new cured cases of the new coronavirus (Covid-19) were registered in Morocco until Tuesday at 10:00 am, bringing to 3,890 the total number of recoveries in the Kingdom, the Ministry of Health announced. A new death was registered, bringing the total number of deaths to 193, said the ministry on the portal

Covid-19: 79% of Moroccan Households Fully Respect Quarantine, HCP

Casablanca – Almost eight out of ten households (79%) have fully complied with the quarantine rules put in place to combat the spread of the pandemic of the new coronavirus (covid-19), said the High Commission for Planning (HCP). 83% of households have respected these rules in the urban zone and 69% in rural areas, said

Covid-19: 34% of Households Lost Their Income, HCP

Rabat – A survey carried out by the High Commission for Planning (HCP) to identify the impact of the coronavirus on the economic, social and psychological situation of households revealed that 34% of households found themselves with no income due to the pandemic. “34% of households affirm to have no source of income due to

Covid-19: Fear of Contamination Reduces Need for Medical Consultations (HCP)

Rabat – Households with chronic illnesses give up 40% of health services for fear of being contaminated by Covid-19, according to the High Commission for Planning (HCP). Fear of contamination hinders household access to health care for 53% for ordinary diseases, 61% for child immunization, 51% for antenatal and postnatal consultations and 64% for reproductive