32 cases admitted to REA in 24 hours, for a national total of 185 severe cases

The occupancy rate of resuscitation beds stands this Saturday, July 2 at 3.5%. In just 24 hours, 32 new severe cases were admitted to intensive care, bringing the national total to 185 critical cases. The cases under artificial respiration are 59 nationwide, and 7 other cases are under intubation, the Ministry of Health said in its daily epidemiological report.

The number of new tests carried out in 24 hours reached 14,791 for a national total of 11,962,483 tests carried out since the start of the pandemic. In addition, Morocco has recorded in the last 24 hours, three (3) deaths due to Covid-19.

Thus, one death was recorded in the city of Nouaceur (Grand Casablanca-Settat region), 1 death in Fez (Fez-Meknes region), and 1 death in the city of Agadir-Ida-Ou-Tanane (Souss-Massa region). ), bringing the national total since the start of the pandemic to 16,116. The fatality rate stands this Saturday at 1.32%.

Morocco has also recorded 2,532 recoveries, bringing the national total since the start of the pandemic to 1,180,620 remissions. The recovery rate stands at 96.49% this Saturday, while the total number of active cases stands at 26,849 cases (2.19%).

In addition, and as indicated by the MoroccoLatestNews monitoring and monitoring platform, www.moroccolatestnews.com, the Kingdom has identified in the past 24 hours, 3,306 new confirmed Covid-19 cases, bringing the national total of contaminations proven to 1,223,585 cases.

With regard to vaccination, the number of beneficiaries of the first dose of the vaccine since the start of the national campaign reached 24,858,035, with 23,343,818 beneficiaries of the two doses while 6,559,993 benefited from the third dose of the vaccine, says the department of Khalid Ait Taleb.

The Ministry of Health thus invites citizens to respect the rules of hygiene and health safety as well as the preventive measures taken by the Moroccan authorities by showing responsibility and patriotism.

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