Friday, January 22, 2021

Morocco Coronavirus Update January 22nd 6pm

Morocco’s Ministry of Health confirmed 1,138 new cases of COVID-19 in the country during the last 24 hours. With the new infections, the total number of COVID-19 cases Morocco has confirmed since the pandemic reached the country is 464,844 as of January 22 at 6 p.m.
Morocco’s health authorities also confirmed 1,351 recoveries, bringing the total number of carriers who recovered from the virus to 440,652. In the past 24 hours, Morocco also confirmed 29 COVID-19-related deaths. The death toll reached 8,105.

 Morocco currently counts 16,087 active COVID-19 cases, including 783 patients in critical condition. The Casablanca-Settat region remains the most affected region in the country. In the past 24 hours, Casablanca-Settat confirmed 396 new COVID-19 cases and 15 coronavirus-related deaths. Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima came second with 238 new cases and two deaths, followed by the Oriental region with 117 new cases and one death. 

 The number of cases in Rabat-Sale-Kenitra decreased from yesterday’s figure with 117 new cases and four deaths, followed by Souss-Massa (85 cases, one fatality). Marrakech-Safi confirmed 45 cases and two deaths, followed by Fez-Meknes (43 cases, one death), Guelmim-Oued Noun (29 cases, two deaths), Draa-Tafilalet (27 cases, zero deaths), Beni Mellal-Khenifra (20 cases, one death), Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra (11 cases, zero deaths), and Dakhla-Oued Eddahab (10 cases, zero deaths). The national recovery rate remains steady at 94.8%, while the fatality rate is still 1.7%. 

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Thursday, January 21, 2021

Morocco Coronavirus Update January 21st 6pm

Active COVID-19 Cases in Morocco Continue to Decline 
 Morocco’s Ministry of Health has recorded 1,164 new COVID-19 cases in the country in the past 24 hours. Today’s figure brings the total number of Morocco’s confirmed COVID-19 cases to 463,706 as of Thursday, January 21, at 6 p.m. 

 Moroccan health authorities announced 1,346 new recoveries from COVID-19, increasing the total number of recovered patients in the country to 439,301. The number represents a national recovery rate of 94.7%. In the past 24 hours, 

33 patients succumbed to the disease. In total, Morocco has recorded 8,076 coronavirus-related deaths, marking a national fatality rate of 1.7%. Morocco currently counts 16,329 active COVID-19 cases, including 797 patients in severe or critical condition. Severely-ill patients include 68 who are under intubation and 400 under non-invasive ventilation. 

 Moroccan laboratories conducted 15,995 COVID-19 tests in the past 24 hours. Since the start of the domestic outbreak, Moroccan laboratories have conducted 4,781,377 COVID-19 tests. 

 Casablanca-Settat remains the most affected region in the country. In the past 24 hours, it recorded 442 new COVID-19 cases and seven coronavirus-related deaths. Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima comes second, with 284 new cases and four deaths, followed by Rabat-Sale-Kenitra (125 cases, seven deaths), the Oriental (84 cases, one death), Souss-Massa (74 cases, two deaths), and Marrakech-Safi (52 cases, four deaths). Draa-Tafilalet recorded 34 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours and one death, Fez-Meknes 27 cases and three deaths, and Beni Mellal-Khenifra 16 cases and two deaths. The southern regions of Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra (11 cases, one death), Guelmim-Oued Noun (10 cases, one death), and Dakhla-Oued Eddahab (five cases, no deaths) are the least affected in Morocco. 

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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Morocco Coronavirus Update January 20th 6pm

Morocco’s COVID-19 Death Toll Reached 8,043 Amid Vaccination Delay Morocco’s Ministry of Health has confirmed 1,152 new cases of COVID-19 in the country during the last 24 hours. With the new confirmed infections, the total number of COVID-19 cases reached 462,542 as of January 20 at 6 p.m.

 Morocco’s health authorities also confirmed 1329 recoveries, bringing the total number of patients who recovered from the pandemic to 437,955. In the past 24 hours, Morocco confirmed 32 COVID-19-related deaths. The death toll reached 8043. Morocco currently counts 16,544 active COVID-19 cases, including 865 patients in critical situations. 

 The Casablanca-Settat region is the most affected region in the country with 420 news cases and 15 related deaths. The region of Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima came second with 234 confirmed cases and five fatalities. The region of Rabat-Sale-Kenitra confirmed 142 new COVID-19 cases and four coronavirus-related deaths. 

 The Oriental region confirmed 105 cases and two deaths and was followed by Souss-Massa (78 cases, zero death) Marrakech-Safi (54 cases, two deaths), Fez-Meknes (51 cases, two deaths) Beni Mellal-Khenifra (25 cases, zero deaths), Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra (16 cases, one death), Draa-Tafilalt (16 cases, zero death), Guelmim-Oued Noun (eight cases, one death), and Dakhla-Oued Eddahab (three cases, zero death). Read also: El Othmani: Morocco Has No Clue When COVID-19 Vaccines Will Arrive The national recovery rate remains a steady 94.7%, while the rate of death is still at 1.7%. 

 While Morocco’s COVID-19 response has elicited plaudits from a number of observers, there is still anxiety over repeated extensions of emergency measures. In November, Moroccan authorities started marketing a national vaccination campaign to address citizens’ concerns, saying that the campaign will happen in “a few weeks.” Earlier this week, however, Head of Government Saad Eddine El Othmani declared that health authorities in the country are still uncertain about when they will receive the COVID-19 vaccine doses the government has ordered. El Othmani blamed the delay on the competitiveness of the global market for COVID-19 vaccines, saying that “rich countries” are paying up to nine times the asking price of the vaccines to get the available doses. 

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Morocco Coronavirus Update January 19th 6pm

Morocco’s Ministry of Health has confirmed 1,246 new cases of COVID-19 in the country during the last 24 hours. With the new confirmed infections, the total number of COVID-19 cases reached 461,390 as of January 19 at 6 p.m. 
 Morocco’s health authorities also confirmed 940 recoveries, bringing the total number of patients who recovered from the pandemic to 436,626. In the past 24 hours, Morocco confirmed 34 COVID-19-related deaths. The death toll reached 8011. Morocco currently counts 16,753 active COVID-19 cases, including 865 patients in critical situations. 

 The Casablanca-Settat region is the most affected region in the country with 544 news cases and 13 related deaths. The region of Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima came second with 262 confirmed cases and two fatalities. The region of Rabat-Sale-Kenitra confirmed 114 new COVID-19 cases and threecoronavirus-related deaths. The Oriental region confirmed 79 cases and five deaths, and was followed by Souss-Massa (70 cases, two deaths) Marrakech-Safi (61 cases, two deaths), Fez-Meknes (33 cases, two deaths) Draa-Tafilalt (33 cases, one death), Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra (20 cases, one death), Guelmim-Oued Noun (12 cases, zero death), Beni Mellal-Khenifra (12 cases, three deaths), and Dakhla-Oued Eddahab (six cases, zero death). The national recovery rate remains a steady 94,6%, while the rate of death is still at 1.7%.
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Monday, January 18, 2021

Morocco Coronavirus Update January 18th 6pm

COVID-19: Number of Patients in Morocco Reaches 16,481 
Morocco’s Ministry of Health has confirmed 473 new cases of COVID-19 in the country during the last 24 hours. With the new confirmed infections, the total number of COVID-19 cases reached 460,144 as of January 18 at 6 p.m. 

 Morocco’s health authorities also confirmed 761 recoveries, bringing the total number of patients who recovered from the pandemic to 435, 686. 

 In the past 24 hours, Morocco confirmed 35 COVID-19-related deaths. The death toll reached 7,977. Morocco currently counts 16,481 active COVID-19 cases, including 930 patients in critical situations.

 Rabat-Sale-Kenitra took over the Casablanca-Settat region as the most affected region in the country. In the past 24 hours, the region confirmed 1133 new COVID-19 cases and six coronavirus-related deaths.

 Casablanca-Settat region came second with 107 cases and eight deaths, followed by Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima with 55 new cases and seven deaths, Fez-Meknes (51 cases, two deaths), and Souss-Massa (47 cases, five deaths). The Oriental region confirmed 42 cases and four deaths, and was followed by Marrakech-Safi (17 cases, one death), Draa-Tafilalt (10 cases, one death), Beni Mellal-Khenifra (10 cases, zero death), Guelmim-Oued Noun (nine cases, one death), Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra (seven cases, zero death); and Dakhla-Oued Eddahab (five cases, zero death). The national recovery rate remains a steady 94,6%, while the rate of death is still at 1.7%. 

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Sunday, January 17, 2021

Morocco Coronavirus Update January 17th 6pm

Morocco’s Ministry of Health has recorded 806 new cases of COVID-19 in the country during the last 24 hours. As of January 17, 
Morocco has had a total of 459,671 confirmed COVID-19 cases. Morocco’s health authorities announced 988 recoveries, adding to a total of 434,925 recoveries since the outbreak began. 

 In the past 24 hours, there have been 31 COVID-19 related deaths, bringing the total to 7,942. Morocco currently counts 16,804 active COVID-19 cases, including 937 patients in severe or critical condition. Severely-ill patients include 69 who are under intubation and 512 under non-invasive ventilation. 

Casablanca-Settat remains the most affected region in the country. In the past 24 hours, it recorded 274 new COVID-19 cases and 14 coronavirus-related deaths. Read Also: Minister: Morocco Did Not Yet Receive COVID-19 Vaccine Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima comes second, with 142 new cases and three deaths, followed by Rabat-Sale-Kenitra (111 cases, five deaths). The regions of Souss-Massa (68 cases, no deaths), the Oriental region (64 cases, one death), Marrakech-Safi (57 cases, three deaths), Fez-Meknes (42 cases, two deaths), Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra (29 cases), Dakhla-Oued Ed Dahab (seven cases), Draa-Tafilalet (five cases, one death), Guelmim-Oued Noun (four cases), and Beni Mellal-Khenifra (three cases, two deaths) have all recorded less than 100 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. Meanwhile, the national recovery rate maintains a steady 94,6%, while the rate of death is still at 1.7%. 

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Saturday, January 16, 2021

Morocco Coronavirus Update January 16th 6pm

Morocco’s Ministry of Health has today confirmed 1,240 new COVID-19 cases across the country over the past 24 hours. The figures bring the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Morocco to 458,865 as of Saturday, January 16, at 6 p.m. 

 Morocco’s health authorities confirmed that 1,361 patients recovered from their COVID-19 infection in the past 24 hours. This sets the total number of recovered patients in the country at 433,937, representing a national recovery rate of 94.6% 

 Meanwhile, 23 more patients died of COVID-19 related complications. Morocco’s COVID-19-related death toll has now reached 7,911, keeping the national fatality rate at 1.7%. Morocco currently counts 17,017 active COVID-19 cases, including 975 patients in severe or critical condition. Out of the critically ill patients, 83 are intubated while 533 are receiving non-invasive breathing support.

 Casablanca-Settat remains the most affected region in the country. In the past 24 hours, the region that hosts hosting the largest city in Morocco reported 429 new cases and six new COVID-19-related deaths. Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima ranked second in Morocco, with 268 COVID-19 cases and two deaths, followed by Rabat-Sale-Kenitra (135 cases and one death,) the Oriental region (78 cases and two deaths.) The Souss-Massa region followed with 78 cases and two deaths, Marrakech-Safi reported 69 new cases and two deaths, followed by Fez-Meknes (46 cases and one death), and Draa Tafilalet (24 cases and one death). The region of Beni Mellal-Khenifra reported 22 cases and four deaths. Morocco’s southern provinces saw the least COVID-19 cases. Laayoune Sakia El Hamra reported 20 cases and two deaths, followed by Guelmim-Oued Noun (19 cases and one death), and Dakhla-Oued Eddahab (five cases and no deaths). 

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Friday, January 15, 2021

Morocco Coronavirus Update January 15th 6pm

Morocco’s Ministry of Health recorded 1,291 new COVID-19 cases in the country in the past 24 hours. This brings the total number of Morocco’s confirmed COVID-19 cases to 457,625 as of Friday, January 15 at 6 p.m.
 Moroccan health authorities announced 1,409 new recoveries from COVID-19, increasing the total number of recovered carriers in the country to 432,576. The figure represents a national recovery rate of 94.5%. 

The ministry also confirmed 34 new COVID-19-related deaths, bringing the death toll to 7,888. With the new COVID-19 cases and recoveries Morocco confirmed today, the country has 17,161 active COVID-19 infections. The number includes 1,002 patients in severe or critical condition. 

 Casablanca-Settat remains the most affected region in the country. In the past 24 hours, it recorded 527 new COVID-19 cases and eight coronavirus-related deaths. 

 Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima comes second, with 231 new cases and three deaths, followed by Rabat-Sale-Kenitra (141 cases, one death), Souss-Massa (96 cases, one death), the Oriental (84 cases, four deaths), and Marrakech-Safi (82 cases, three deaths). Fez-Meknes recorded 49 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths in the past 24 hours, followed by Beni Mellal-Khenifra (22 cases and three deaths), Draa-Tafilalet (20 cases, two deaths), Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra (17 cases, one death), Dakhla-Oued Eddahab (16 cases, zero deaths), and Guelmim-Oued Noun (six cases, three deaths). 

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FezArtLab presents the collective outdoor mobile exhibition

The FezArtLab presents the collective outdoor mobile exhibition This exhibition aims to highlight the power of art as a vehicle for positive change in times of uncertainty. 
The idea of ​​hosting the exhibit in publicly accessible spaces came in response to the pandemic's social distancing protocol, which resulted in a sharp drop in participation in cultural activities. The arts community has been particularly affected during the pandemic, leaving little scope for interaction with audiences outside of virtual experiences. 

It was important to use the physical environment of this exhibit to elicit a full sensory human experience. Fez and its medina being a cultural centre we hope that these installations will create an artistic experience that will continue to contribute to the richness of the cultural and intellectual rhythms of this city. 

This exhibition presents local international artists in order to create opportunities for dialogue between these artists. Here they present their unique perspectives and imaginations to us. 

About the Fez art laboratory At the intersection of preservation and transformation, the FezArtLab is a space of cultural innovation, dedicated to the conservation of projects that serve the community. 

The FezArtLab focuses on the local promotion of art as a vehicle for positive change. FezArtLab's next projects aim to support the pivotal role of art in the local community in this period of changing routines and social norms. 



Join us this Saturday, January 16th from 6pm - 7pm for our Mobile Open-Air Collective Exhibition closing event!
This is a free event and will be held on Zoom.
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