Saduddin Osmani, the head of the Moroccan government, said on the 19th that the country’s current occupancy
rate of intensive care beds by patients with COVID-19 in the country is only 26.3%.
This phenomenon makes it unnecessary to worry too much about the epidemic, because despite the recent
The confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia have risen sharply in the past week, but the epidemic has stabilized in many areas.
Osmani made the above remarks in a speech at the Moroccan parliament that day.
He said that these figures show that the anti-epidemi
c measures taken by the Moroccan government are effective.
He also admitted that the number of new coronary pneumonia infections is still fluctuating, and Morocco still cannot flatten the curve of new coronary pneumonia cases.
It is reported that Morocco added
2,117 new confirmed cases of new crown that day.
However, the current mortality rate of the country’s new coronary pneumonia is
relatively low, only about 1.7%, which is lower than the global value of 2.8%.