High cure rate .. What is the “Morocco recipe” for eliminating Corona?

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Morocco, West, sunset Any deaths, compared to 61 new injuries and 10 recovery cases, according to the Moroccan Ministry of Health.

In all, the country has a total of 8,132 people living with HIV, including 208 deaths. The number of recovering cases rose to 7,278.

These numbers indicate that the proportion of those recovering from "Coved 19" It is close to 90 percent, which is a high rate compared to a number of countries in the world.

In this regard, Moaz Murabit, the coordinator of the National Center for Public Health Emergency Operations at the Ministry of Health, explained that "The lethal rate remains stable at 2.6 percent, which is lower than the global average that is currently 5.9 percent".

Also highlighted is that "The country’s recovery rate remains much higher than the global average of 48.3 percent, and the African rate of 43.9 percent".

Cases come increasing Healing In the country, while citizens await the government’s decision to lift or extend quarantine procedures, after June 10.

Life gradually began to return to the Kingdom, after the Eid Al-Fitr Moroccan business resumed its activities as usual, and owners of cafes and restaurants were allowed to reopen their stores, with only limited delivery of mobile orders and delivery services.

How Morocco faced Corona?

The Moroccan authorities were proactive to impose Quarantine Since March 20, the borders, schools, mosques and other services have been closed, preferring the health and safety of citizens over the economic agenda.

In addition, since the early days, Morocco has approved a drug Chloroquine Corona, a well-known drug, has been used for years to treat malaria and chronic diseases.

Despite the criticisms that faced this drug a few days ago and the decision of the World Health Organization to suspend clinical trials related to it, the scientific committee in Morocco stuck to this drug and decided to continue using it to treat patients.

"Moroccan recipe" By 3 doctors

Dr. Fatima Al-Zahraa Skalli Hosseini, a doctor specializing in diseases Respiratory systemRecovery cases are known "A significant increase in recent times and this was to be expected".

She explained to the site "Sky News Arabia" This is due to the increase in the number of analyzes completed and their significant increase in the past month, after Morocco acquired the equipment for detection and analysis and circulated it to a number of laboratories, noting that the increase in the number of recoverers becomes expected "Starting from the third week, which coincides with the end of the treatment period".

And an answer to our question on effectiveness Chloroquine medicineDr. Sicily said that "It is difficult to answer this question in light of studies with contradictory results".

And she followed "There are those who support this treatment and there are those who reject it because of the side effects it causes .. But field observations have proven its effectiveness with a significant decrease in the percentage of critical cases and deaths, as is the case in Morocco".

Regarding the current epidemiological current, Fatima Zahra expressed her satisfaction with saying "The current situation is not a cause for concern, and the cases that appear mostly are simple and without symptoms .. But this urges us to continue to respect the rules and procedures recognized, because complacency at this stage may lead to serious consequences and the emergence of a second wave of this disease.".

Dr. Saeed Mezki, a physician who specializes in sports medicine and spent 15 years in epidemiological monitoring, revealed that the Moroccan prescription can be reduced to 4 factors. First, the preemptive measures that were approved under the leadership King Mohammed VISecond, the positive involvement of Moroccans, third: the pioneering role of the medical and nursing frameworks, and finally: the early adoption of the protocol of Professor Didier Raoult, the French.

He added "I believe that all of these factors played harmonious roles and contributed to reaching what we have reached today".

Dr. Mezki indicated that "If we look at the indicators adopted by experts Epidemics, Which is the primary prevalence factor, the fatality ratio and the index of the utilization of the recovery family, it can be assured that the epidemiological situation in our country is controlled and reassuring.".

He came back to say "But this does not preclude the necessity of continuing to exercise caution and maintain barriers, such as gag and hand washingSocial spacing And reduce communication".

The interpretation of Dr. Wafaa Bono, an internal medicine specialist and former head of the Internal Medicine Department at the Hassan II Hospital Center in Fez, did not differ from his predecessors, as Moroccos success in controlling the virus was attributed to the initial measures taken early, and the Moroccans’ commitment to quarantine measures, Finally a therapeutic protocol based on "Hydroxychloroquine".

And she added, "Morocco was also a race to conduct tests on people in contact with infected people, which contributed to limiting the spread of the virus on a large scale.".

And on whether Morocco is on the path to success in this battle, Dr. Bono explained that "There is control over the disease, and that is what the current indicators show … and even when new spots appear, they are quickly contained".

And the head of the Moroccan government says, Saad al-Din al-OthmaniThe measures and measures taken by his country have avoided 6000 injuries and 200 deaths daily.

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During the last 24 hours, he did not score Morocco, West, sunset Any deaths, compared to 61 new injuries and 10 recovery cases, according to the Moroccan Ministry of Health.

In all, the country has a total of 8,132 people living with HIV, including 208 deaths. The number of recovering cases rose to 7,278.

These numbers indicate that the proportion of those recovering from “Coved 19“It approached 90 percent, which is a high rate compared to a number of countries in the world.

In this regard, the coordinator of the National Center for Public Health Emergency Operations at the Ministry of Health, Moaz Mrabet, explained that “the lethal rate remains stable at 2.6 percent, which is lower than the global average, which is currently equal to 5.9 percent.”

He also highlighted that “the country’s recovery rate remains much higher than the global average of 48.3 percent, and the African rate of 43.9 percent.”

Cases come increasing Healing In the country, while citizens await the government’s decision to lift or extend quarantine procedures, after June 10.

Life gradually began to return to the Kingdom, after the Eid Al-Fitr Moroccan business resumed its activities as usual, and owners of cafes and restaurants were allowed to reopen their stores, with only limited delivery of mobile orders and delivery services.

How Morocco faced Corona?

The Moroccan authorities were proactive to impose Quarantine Since March 20, the borders, schools, mosques and other services have been closed, preferring the health and safety of citizens over the economic agenda.

In addition, since the early days, Morocco has approved a drug Chloroquine Corona, a well-known drug, has been used for years to treat malaria and chronic diseases.

Despite the criticisms that faced this drug a few days ago and the decision of the World Health Organization to suspend clinical trials related to it, the scientific committee in Morocco stuck to this drug and decided to continue using it to treat patients.

The “Moroccan prescription” is based on 3 doctors

Dr. Fatima Al-Zahraa Skalli Hosseini, a doctor specializing in diseases Respiratory system, The recovery cases have known “a significant increase in recent times and this matter was expected.”

She explained to “Sky News Arabia” that this is due to the increase in the number of completed tests and their significant increase in the past month after Morocco acquired the equipment and analyzes and circulated it to a number of laboratories, noting that the increase in the number of recoverers becomes expected “starting from the third week, which coincides With the end of the treatment period. “

And an answer to our question on effectiveness Chloroquine medicine“It is difficult to answer this question in light of studies with contradictory results,” said Dr. Sicily.

“There are those who support this treatment and there are those who reject it because of the side effects it causes … but field observations have proven its effectiveness with a significant decrease in the percentage of critical cases and deaths, as is the case in Morocco.”

Regarding the current epidemiological current, Fatima Zahra expressed her satisfaction by saying, “The current situation is not cause for concern, and the cases that appear mostly are simple and without symptoms .. But this urges us to continue to respect the rules and procedures that are accepted, because negligence at this stage may lead to serious consequences.” And the emergence of a second wave of this disease. “

Dr. Saeed Mezki, a physician who specializes in sports medicine and spent 15 years in epidemiological monitoring, revealed that the Moroccan prescription can be reduced to 4 factors. First, the preemptive measures that were approved under the leadership King Mohammed VISecond, the positive involvement of Moroccans, third: the pioneering role of the medical and nursing frameworks, and finally: the early adoption of the protocol of Professor Didier Raoult, the French.

He added, “I believe that all these factors played harmonious roles and contributed to reaching what we have reached today.”

Dr. Mezki pointed out that “if we look at the indicators adopted by experts Epidemics, Which is the primary prevalence factor, the fatality ratio and the index of the utilization of the recovery family, it can be assured that the epidemiological situation in our country is controlled and reassuring.

He went back to say, “But this does not prevent the necessity of continuing to exercise caution and maintain the barriers, which are represented by the muzzle, washing hands andSocial spacing And reduce communication. “

The interpretation of Dr. Wafaa Bono, an internal medicine specialist and former head of the Internal Medicine Department at the Hassan II Hospital Center in Fez, did not differ from his predecessors, as Moroccos success in controlling the virus was attributed to the initial measures taken early, and the Moroccans’ commitment to quarantine measures, Finally, a hydroxychloroquine-based therapeutic protocol.

“Morocco was also a race to conduct tests on people in contact with infected people, which contributed to limiting the spread of the virus on a large scale,” she added.

Regarding whether Morocco is on the path to success in this battle, Dr. Bono explained that “there is control over the disease, and that is what the current indications show … and even when new spots appear, they are contained quickly.”

And the head of the Moroccan government says, Saad al-Din al-OthmaniThe measures and measures taken by his country have avoided 6000 injuries and 200 deaths daily.



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