The number of confirmed cases of new crowns in many countries in the Middle East continued to increase on the 22nd, and the number of new cases in Morocco and Jordan reached a record high in a single day.
According to data released by the Moroccan Ministry of Health on the 22nd, there were 4151 newly confirmed cases in the past 24 hours, the highest number of new cases in a single day since the outbreak. As of the evening of the 22nd, a total of 186,731 cases have been diagnosed, a total of 3132 cases have died, and a total of 154,481 cases have been cured.
The Ministry of Health of Jordan said on the 22nd that there were 2821 new confirmed cases that day, setting a new record for the highest number of new cases in a single day since the outbreak. Currently, 46,441 confirmed cases, 481 deaths, and 7,340 cured.
Iran’s Ministry of Health said on the 22nd that there were 5,471 new confirmed cases in the past 24 hours, a total of 550,757 confirmed cases, a total of 31,650 deaths, and a total of 442,674 cured cases.
According to data released on the official website of the Turkish Ministry of Health on the evening of the 22nd, there were 2,102 newly confirmed cases in the past 24 hours, a total of 355,528 confirmed cases, a total of 9,584 deaths, and a total of 310,027 cured cases.
Education Minister Selcuk said on the same day that students of all grades will be gradually returned to school.
Turkey began to allow some grade students to return to school in early September, and the fifth and ninth grade students will also return to school on November 2.
The Egyptian Ministry of Health said on the evening of the 22nd that there were 177 new confirmed cases that day, a total of 106,060 confirmed cases, a total of 6,166 deaths, and a total of 98,624 cases were cured. With the gradual decrease in temperature, the number of newly confirmed cases in Egypt has begun to rise slightly in a single day.
Prime Minister Madbuli and Minister of Health Zayed called on the public to continue to abide by relevant epidemic prevention regulations, and at the same time require health and medical departments to prepare for the continued increase in confirmed cases, including ensuring sufficient epidemic prevention materials and complete isolation wards.
Data updated by the Libyan National Center for Disease Control on the 22nd showed that there were 995 new confirmed cases, 52,620 confirmed cases, 29057 cured cases, and 768 deaths. It is reported that in order to smoothly open the land border between Libya and Tunisia, the International Organization for Migration has provided 8 isolation wards and 1 diagnosis and treatment center.
Transit persons with suspected new crown symptoms will be isolated in these rooms, and those diagnosed will be sent nearby. Hospitals and isolation centers.
Some Middle Eastern countries updated the cumulative number of confirmed cases on the 22nd: 442164 in Iraq, 343774 in Saudi Arabia, 308247 in Israel, 130462 in Qatar, 120710 in UAE, 119420 in Kuwait, 111837 in Oman, 67027 in Lebanon, 60670 in Palestine , Algeria 55357 cases.