Monday , March 8 2021

The number of coronaviruses continues to grow in Arab countries


Coronavirus cases and fatalities continued to rise in Arab countries on Friday.

The Algerian Ministry of Health announced that an additional five people had died from KOVID-19, bringing the number to 1,057.

The number of cases reached 21,948 with 593 new infections in the last 24 hours.

A total of 15,370 patients recovered from the virus.


The government’s National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) reported one death.

The NCDC said the number of cases had risen to 1,704, including 47 deaths and 380 recoveries.


In the past 24 hours, three cases of KOVID-19 were reported, bringing the number to 1,209.

While 10 patients died from the virus, 1,021 recovered.


Health officials say nine people have been positive for the virus in the past 24 hours, increasing infections across the country to 1,336, including 50 deaths and 1,095 recovery.


The number of cases is 2,701 with 101 new infections.

As the death toll from the virus rose to 40, as many as 1,425 people recovered.


The Palestinian Ministry of Health said six people had died from KOVID-19, bringing the number to 55.

Coronavirus cases have reached 9,055 with 439 new infections in the last 24 hours.

And 1,666 people have recovered from the virus.


Yemen has confirmed two deaths from the coronavirus, bringing the death toll to 440.

Reported 24 more cases, with the number of infections rising to 1,576.

A total of 695 people recovered from the virus.


The number of victims of this disease is 264.

The country reported another 181 cases, bringing the number of infections to 16,726, with 14,360 patients recovering from the virus.


Bahrain said three more casualties had risen to 124, while recoveries had risen to 31,188.

It recorded 389 new cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 35,473.


Since its first appearance in China in December last year, the coronavirus novel has spread to at least 188 countries and regions. The United States, Brazil and India are currently the most affected countries in the world.

The pandemic killed more than 601,400 people worldwide, with more than 14 million confirmed cases and nearly 8 million recoveries, according to figures compiled by Johns Hopkins University in the United States.

* Written by Fahri Aksut and Seda Sevenjan

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