The coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 2,847,182 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 Sunday at 3 p.m. In Morocco, the contamination report shows this Saturday April 3, 2021 at 6 p.m., of 497,832 confirmed cases, 484,793 cures and 8,842 deaths while 4,348,995 people have been vaccinated since the launch of the campaign, of which at least 3,891,875 have received their second dose.
The Hespress monitoring and monitoring platform, covid.hespress.com/en, details as well that Morocco now has 497,832 confirmed cases, 8,842 deaths (i.e. a mortality rate of 1.78%), 484,793 healings, a total of 5,514,296 tests (an increase of 14,348), and 4,197 ongoing cases treatment, including 419 in serious condition (19 under intubation). In addition, 4,348,995 people have received a first dose of the vaccine since the launch of the campaign while 3,891,875 are on the second dose, the health ministry said.
Worldwide, more than 130,685,270 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 reports communicated daily by the health authorities in each country and exclude ex post revisions made by statistical agencies, such as in Russia, Spain and the United Kingdom.
On the day of Saturday, 8,985 new deaths and 535,740 new cases were recorded worldwide. The countries that have recorded the most new deaths in their latest reports are Brazil with 1,987 new deaths, the United States (800) and India (513).
The United States is the most affected country in terms of both deaths and cases, with 554,779 deaths for 30,671,844 cases, according to the Johns Hopkins University count. After the United States, the most affected countries are Brazil with 330,193 deaths and 12,953,597 cases, Mexico with 204,011 deaths (2,249,195 cases), India with 164,623 deaths (12,485,509 cases), and the United Kingdom with 126,826 dead (4,357,091 cases).
Among the hardest hit countries, the Czech Republic is the one with the highest number of deaths in relation to its population, with 252 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by Hungary (223), Montenegro (207), Bosnia (206) and Belgium (199).
Europe totaled 968,790 deaths at 10 a.m. GMT on Sunday for 44,583,896 cases, Latin America and the Caribbean 795,357 deaths (25,198,343 cases), the United States and Canada 577,830 deaths (31,668,923 cases), the Asia 275,247 deaths (18,303,260 cases), the Middle East 115,317 deaths (6,627,888 cases), Africa 113,644 deaths (4,264,758 cases), and Oceania 997 deaths (38,204 cases).