The coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 2,792,586 dead worldwide since the WHO office in China reported the onset of the disease at the end of December 2019, according to a report drawn up from official sources on Tuesday at 3 p.m. In Morocco, the contamination report shows this Monday, March 29, 2021 at 6 p.m., of 494.756 confirmed cases, 482,585 healings and 8,807 deaths while 4,302,897 people have been vaccinated since the launch of the campaign, of which at least 3,455,603 have received their second dose.
In detail, the Kingdom now has 494,756 confirmed cases, 482,585 healings, 8,807 deaths, and 3,364 active cases, including 428 in serious condition (27 under intubation and 230 under non-invasive ventilation), also reports the monitoring and monitoring platform. eve of Hespress, covid.hespress.com/en.
Worldwide, more than 127,546,270 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed since the start of the epidemic. The vast majority of patients recover, but a still poorly evaluated part retains symptoms for weeks or even months. The figures are based on daily reports from the health authorities in each country and exclude ex post revisions by statistical agencies, such as Russia, Spain and the United Kingdom.
On Monday, 7,501 new deaths and 459,625 new cases were recorded worldwide. The countries that have recorded the most new deaths in their latest reports are Brazil with 1,660 new deaths, the United States (586) and Poland (460).
The United States is the most affected country in terms of both deaths and cases, with 550,036 deaths for 30,331,798 cases, according to the Johns Hopkins University count. After the United States, the most affected countries are Brazil with 313,866 deaths and 12,573,615 cases, Mexico with 201,826 deaths (2,227,842 cases), India with 162,114 deaths (12,095,855 cases), and the United Kingdom with 126,615 dead (4,337,696 cases).
Among the hardest hit countries, the Czech Republic is the one with the highest number of deaths in relation to its population, with 245 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Hungary (209), Montenegro (200), Belgium (198) and Bosnia (196).
Europe totaled 949,215 deaths for 43,270,179 cases on Tuesday at 10:00 GMT, Latin America and the Caribbean 772,949 deaths (24,550,680 cases), the United States and Canada 572,930 deaths (31,300,253 cases), the Asia 270,867 deaths (17,743,483 cases), the Middle East 113,421 deaths (6,450,202 cases), Africa 112,218 deaths (4,194,616 cases), and Oceania 986 deaths (36,863 cases).
Italy will impose a five-day quarantine on travelers from European Union member countries, sources told the Health Ministry on Tuesday.
As is already the case for those coming from non-EU countries, any traveler from the EU must take a test before their departure, respect a five-day quarantine, then perform a new test at the end of this period. .
Most of Italy is currently subject to severe restrictions (bars and restaurants closed, limited travel, etc.) but schools in Lazio, the region which includes Rome, were able to reopen on Tuesday this area having gone from “red”. (high risk of contagion) to “orange” (medium risk).
Germany will strengthen for the “next 8 to 14 days” the controls around its land borders in particular with France, Denmark and Poland, without however systematizing them, to fight against the pandemic, announced Tuesday the Minister of the ‘Interior.
The sorting of patients in hospitals due to the increase in Covid-19 cases is an “absolute red line”, French Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire said on Tuesday, ensuring that the government wants to avoid such an end .
In two separate forums in the press, French hospital doctors have recently alerted the executive to the “sorting of patients” which they would very soon be faced with in intensive care units if nothing was done to relieve congestion in hospitals saturated with the influx of sick people.
A group of French teachers lodged a complaint for “endangering the lives of others” against their Minister of National Education Jean-Michel Blanquer, accused of “not protecting staff in contact with children” who “ are spreading the virus ”of Covid-19.
The “Red Stylos” collective, which claims 74,200 members, “demands the closure of schools in the most affected areas and the transition to half-groups elsewhere to protect education personnel and families”.
Two new players from the Polish squad have tested positive, the Polish Football Association announced on Tuesday, as the team face England in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers on Wednesday.
In total, four players from this team have tested positive for a week.
The Japanese pop culture festival Japan Expo in Paris, scheduled for mid-July and which usually welcomes some 70,000 visitors per day, has been canceled for the second year in a row due to uncertainties related to the health context, organizers announced on Tuesday.
More than 565 million doses of anti-Covid vaccines have been administered worldwide, according to a count made by AFP from official sources Tuesday at 11:00 GMT. The countries with the highest vaccination rates during the past week are Malta (1.12% of the population receives a dose each day), United Arab Emirates (1.10%), Uruguay (0 , 90%), Chile (0.88%) and the United States (0.83%).