The regions of CS and RSK at the head of the contaminations

This Wednesday, August 17, Morocco is reporting 109 new confirmed cases of coronavirus, for a national total since the start of the epidemic of 1,263,700. The regions of Greater Casablanca-Settat and Rabat-Salé-Kénitra (RSK) are the most affected by contamination.

Currently, the total of active cases rises to 833, with 26 of them in serious condition. As for the geographical distribution of new cases recorded in Morocco in the past 24 hours, it is the Greater Casablanca-Settat region which once again leads the most affected regions with a total of 25 cases (21 in Casablanca, 2 in Nouaceur, 2 in Mohammadia).

The second region in the ranking is that of Rabat-Salé-Kénitra which counts 16 new infections (8 in Rabat, 6 in Salé, 1 in Kenitra, 1 in Sidi Kacem), notes the monitoring and monitoring platform of MoroccoLatestNews, covid.

It is followed by the Oriental region which has identified 15 positive cases (7 in Berkane, 4 in Oujda-Angad, 3 in Nador, 1 in Driouch), then that of Fez-Meknes with 14 new cases (4 in Meknes , 6 in Fez, 3 in Taza, 1 in Sefrou), and that of Souss-Massa which shows 13 new contaminations (11 in Agadir-Ida-Ou-Tanane, 1 in Taroudannt, 1 in Tiznit).

Then comes the region of Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima which has identified 9 cases (3 in Tetouan, 2 in Tangier-Assilah, 2 in Al Hoceima, 1 in M’Diq-Fnideq, 1 in Ouezzane), and Marrakech-Safi which recorded 8 cases (2 in Marrakech, 2 in El Kelaâ des Sraghna, 2 in Essaouira, 1 in Rehamna, 1 Youssoufia).

The Béni Mellal-Khénifra region recorded 4 cases (2 in Khouribga, 2 in Fquih Ben Salah), followed by the Draâ-Tafilalet region which recorded 4 cases all in Errachidia and finally the Dakhla-Oued Eddahab region which identified 1 case in the city of Oued Ed-Dahab.

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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