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Rabat-Salé-Kénitra most affected region on Monday

Morocco has recorded 469 new cases carrying the coronavirus in the past 24 hours, bringing the total of cases recorded nationally since the start of the epidemic to 1,251,766.

Currently, the total active cases rise to 13,341, among them, 139 cases are in serious condition. As for the geographical distribution of new cases recorded in Morocco in the past 24 hours, it is the region of Rabat-Salé-Kénitra which comes first among the most affected regions, accounting for 120 new infections, of which 53 were detected in the capital Rabat. indicates the MoroccoLatestNews monitoring and monitoring platform, www.moroccolatestnews.com.

For its part, the Marrakech-Safi region is the second most affected region, recording a record of 84 infections, including 58 in Youssoufia and 22 in Marrakech and one case respectively in Rehamna, Safi, Al Haouz and Essaouira.

Yesterday second region in the ranking, Greater Casablanca-Settat with a total of 70 cases including 54 in the metropolis in Casablanca, the rest being divided between El Jadida (9), Mohammedia (3), Settat (2) and Berrechid (2) . The Oriental region for its part has recorded 67 cases, including 27 cases in Oujda-Angad, 14 in Nador, 10 in Berkane, 9 in Taourirt, 6 in Figuig and 1 in Driouch. Souss -Massa recorded 51 cases of which 31 infections are located in Agadir-Ida -Ou-Tanane, 17 in Tiznit and 3 in Taroudant.

Next comes the Béni-Mellal-Khénifra region with 27 cases including 12 in Khénifra, 11 in Khouribga and 2 in Fquih Ben Salah, 1 in Béni-Mellal and 1 in Azilal. The Draâ-Tafilalet region recorded 12 in Tinghir, 5 in Ouarzazate, 3 in Errachidia, and 1 in Zagora. Follows, Fez-Meknes with 17 infections including 13 in Fez, 3 in Meknes and 1 in Taza.

Tangier-Tétouan-Al Hoceima has recorded 8 infections, including 6 in Tetouan, 1 Tangier-Assilah and 1 in Mdiq-Fnideq. It is followed by the Guelmim-Oued Noun region with 4 cases, 2 in Sidi Ifni and 2 in Assa-Zag.

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