The coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 2,937,355 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 Monday at 3 p.m. In Morocco, the contamination report shows this Sunday, April 11, 2021 at 6 p.m., of 502.102 confirmed cases, 488,361 healings and 8,900 deaths while 4,471,831 people have been vaccinated since the launch of the campaign, of which at least 4,134,740 have received their second dose.
Morocco now has 502,102 confirmed cases, 488,361 healings, 8,900 deaths, and 4,841 active cases, including 432 in serious condition (18 under intubation and 218 under non-invasive ventilation), also reports the monitoring and monitoring platform of Hespress, covid.hespress.com/en.
Worldwide, more than 135,952,650 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 Sunday, 7,993 new deaths and 601,284 new cases were recorded worldwide. The countries that have recorded the most new deaths in their latest reports are Brazil with 1,803 new deaths, India (904) and Italy (331). The United States is the most affected country in terms of both deaths and cases, with 562,066 deaths for 31,197,872 cases, according to the Johns Hopkins University count.
After the United States, the most affected countries are Brazil with 353,137 deaths and 13,482,023 cases, Mexico with 209,338 deaths (2,280,213 cases), India with 170,179 deaths (13,527,717 cases), and the United Kingdom with 127,087 dead (4,369,775 cases).
Among the hardest hit countries, the Czech Republic is the one with the highest number of deaths relative to its population, with 261 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Hungary (242), Bosnia (222), Montenegro (219) and Bulgaria (207).
Europe totaled 998,343 deaths for 46,419,142 cases Monday at 10:00 GMT, Latin America and the Caribbean 832,423 deaths (26,253,240 cases), the United States and Canada 585,379 deaths (32,256,410 cases), the Asia 285,594 deaths (19,641,260 cases), the Middle East 118,899 deaths (6,990,816 cases), Africa 115,712 deaths (4,351,619 cases), and Oceania 1,005 deaths (40,165 cases).
Toasting on the terrace, shopping, returning to the hairdresser: the English regain precious freedoms on Monday, with the lifting of many restrictions linked to the pandemic, in sharp decline under the effect of strict containment and massive vaccination .
They can also return to sports halls, spas, libraries, the zoo and go on vacation to England, among members of the same household.
Greek high schools reopened on Monday after more than five months of closure. Students and teachers should be tested twice a week. Primary schools and colleges remain closed.
India became on Monday the second country most affected by Covid-19 in number of cases, totaling 13.5 million infections ahead of Brazil (13.48 million).
Germany has crossed the threshold of three million infections according to the national health watch authority (RKI), while calls for a new round of health screws are increasing.
Bangladesh ordered the closure of offices and international and national transport for eight days from Wednesday, in the face of the resurgence of contamination.
French people aged 55 and over will be eligible for vaccination from Monday with the AstraZeneca vaccine or soon that of Johnson & Johnson.
In addition, the French will be able to check for themselves whether they have the Covid-19, with “self-tests” on sale from Monday in pharmacies.
Venezuela will produce a Cuban anti-Covid vaccine, up to two million doses per month from August, President Nicolas Maduro announced on Sunday.
Venezuela will participate in phase 3 clinical trials of this vaccine candidate, with which Cuba has already started to vaccinate 124,000 health workers at the end of March.
The American laboratory Regeneron and its Swiss partner Roche unveiled on Monday new promising clinical trial results for an experimental cocktail intended to reduce the risk of Covid-19 infection in households where a person is affected by the disease.
The Swedish-British laboratory AstraZeneca announced Monday that its treatment for diabetes Farxiga was not effective in treating patients with severe Covid-19, according to the first results of clinical trials.