At least 28,500 cases and 435 deaths; outbreak.
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6 August: Over 4,000 new cases have been reported in the past week, bringing the total to 28,500 cases. Morocco has now moved into Outbreak.
30 July: Cases have started to increase now after a week of decline. A total of 23,259 cases and 346 deaths have been confirmed as of today.
23 July: A total of 17,962 cases and 285 deaths have been confirmed. Morocco has moved out of outbreak and is now in decreasing activity.
20 July: 289 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to over 17,000 cases.
7 July: Cases have surged since mid June, a total of 14,379 cases have been confirmed. This includes 237 deaths and over 10,000 recoveries. A quarantine order has been enforced for the port city of Safi where many sardine processing factories are located and large outbreaks have recently been reported. Restrictions had begun to ease in late June, with domestic travel resuming and reopening of restaurants, bars and hotels.
21 May: Cases and deaths have increased significantly. The WHO has confirmed local clusters of cases.Over 4,000 patients have recovered. Officials have urged people to stay indoors between 7 pm and 5 am during Ramadan.
17 April: The total number of cases has reached 2,283 with 130 fatalities.
6 April: Cases have been increasing rapidly in the past week; a total of 1,113 cases and 71 deaths have been confirmed. Family gatherings are reported to be the main source of transmission. The Government is now recommending people wear face masks for activities outside of their houses.