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  • Source: http://www.aps.dz/sante-science-tech...res-en-algerie

    Coronavirus: 197 new cases, 128 cures and 9 deaths in Algeria during the last 24 hours
    Posted on: Thursday, June 25, 2020 4:56 p.m.

    ALGIERS - One hundred and ninety-seven (197) new confirmed cases of Coronavirus (Covid-19), 128 healings and 9 deaths have been recorded in the last 24 hours in Algeria, said Thursday in Algiers, the spokesman of the Scientific committee for monitoring the evolution of the Coronavirus pandemic, Dr Djamel Fourar.

    The total of confirmed cases thus amounts to 12,445, or 28 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, that of deaths to 878 while the number of cured patients has risen to 8,920, said Dr Fourar, during the daily press briefing devoted to the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    In this regard, he noted that people aged 65 and over account for 66% of total deaths.

    In addition, 29 wilayas reported rates below the national rate, while 7 others did not report any new positive coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours.

    In addition, the number of patients who benefited from the current treatment protocol (based on Hydroxy-chloroquine) amounted to 27,330, continued Dr Fourar, adding that 45 patients are currently in intensive care.

    Doctor Djamel Fourar called on citizens to respect preventive measures, in particular the compulsory wearing of a protective mask, to limit the spread of the virus. (APS)

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    • Source: https://www.dzairdaily.com/algerie-m...-26-juin-2020/

      Algeria: Dead, contaminated, cured .. Assessment of the Coronavirus on June 26
      Nassim B. By Nassim B. June 26, 2020 at 4:57 p.m.


      Algeria coronavirus June 26

      Algeria - This June 26th, the Coronavirus report lists 240 new cases of contamination in Algeria, for 7 new deaths and 146 new cures.

      Indeed, the assessment of Coronavirus in Algeria continues to progress this Friday June 26 again. The official count has risen to 12,685 confirmed cases and 885 deaths, after the registration of 240 new cases of contamination and seven (7) new deaths, according to the report of June 26; announced by the spokesperson for the Scientific Committee, Dr Djamel Fourar.

      Decreasing, 146 new healings have been recorded in the last 24 hours. The overall recovery balance thus reached 10,038 cases in the country since the adoption of therapeutic treatment with Chloroquine in Algeria. Finally, the count shows 48 patients are placed in intensive care, adds the same source.

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      • Source: https://www.inter-lignes.com/coronav...ouveaux-deces/

        Coronavirus in Algeria: 298 additional cases and 8 new deaths
        Published 3 hours ago
        on June 29, 2020
        By Yasmine Marouf-Araibi
        © DR |

        298 additional cases and 8 new deaths have been recorded in the past 24 hours, the report said on Monday June 29.

        Algeria now has a total of 13,571 cases of infection and 905 deaths.

        As for the number of healings, it reached a total of 9,671 after the census of 300 new cases in the last 24 hours.

        For patients who are currently in intensive care, today’s results indicate that their number is 42.

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        • Source: https://www.algerie-eco.com/2020/06/...ux-cas-en-24h/

          Coronavirus in Algeria: another record with 336 new cases in 24 hours
          By Khelifa Litamine -
          June 30, 2020 / 17:03
          Coronavirus in Algeria: 1,572 confirmed cases and 205 deaths recorded

          The new confirmed cases of Coronavirus are 336 and 7 deaths have been recorded during the last 24 hours in Algeria, said this Tuesday in Algiers the spokesman of the Scientific Committee in charge of monitoring the evolution of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Pr Djamel Fourar.

          Thus the upward trend in contaminations continues, and the total of confirmed cases thus stands at 13,907 people, distributed among the 48 wilayas and that of deaths has increased to 912 dead.

          The number of patients healed rose to 9,897, including 223 in the past 24 hours, said Dr Fourar, during the daily press briefing on the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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          • Source: https://www.observalgerie.com/covid-...inations/2020/

            Covid-19: Algeria records new contamination record
            By Hakim M
            July 1, 2020 5:54 p.m.
            In Society
            3 Minutes of reading

            Algeria has registered a new record of Covid-19 contaminations. The Ministry of Health reported on Wednesday, July 1, 365 new cases confirmed within 24 hours. This is the heaviest toll ever recorded since the start of the pandemic in the country. The same source adds that eight patients died, while 143 others are declared completely cured.

            Algeria has once again surpassed the peak in the number of daily Covid-19 contaminations. Spokesman for the Scientific Committee for Monitoring the Evolution of the Pandemic, Djamel Fourar said that 365 new confirmed cases were recorded in 24 hours.

            This is the heaviest toll ever recorded since the start of the pandemic in Algeria. The previous peak dates back to yesterday, when 336 cases were recorded. An increase of 29 cases. Regarding the deaths, health authorities have deplored eight new deaths in the past 24 hours.

            With these new figures, Algeria now exceeds 14,000 contaminations. In fact, the overall assessment has increased to 14,272 positive cases and 920 deaths since the onset of the pandemic. In addition, data from the Ministry of Health also report 143 new cures, bringing the balance to 10,040 patients declared recovered from the coronavirus.
            The wilayas most affected by the coronavirus in Algeria

            According to the assessment of the Ministry of Health, the province of Blida remains the most affected by the pandemic, with 1,643 infections and 14 new cases detected in the last 24 hours. For its part, Algiers has registered no less than 30 new infections and now has 1,495 Covid-19 positive cases. It is followed by Sétif who again recorded a significant number of contaminations, namely 39 new cases in 24 hours. The wilaya now deplores 1,281 cases.

            Here is the ranking of the 10 wilayas most affected by the coronavirus in Algeria:

            Blida: 1,643 (+14 new cases)
            Algiers: 1,495 (+30)
            Setif: 1,281 (+39)
            Oran: 858 (+21)
            Constantine: 603 (+18)
            Ouargla: 474 (+20)
            Tipaza: 447 (+27)
            Aïn Defla: 432 (+7)
            Batna: 360 (+21)
            Bejaïa: 353 (+3)

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            • Source: https://www.algerie-eco.com/2020/07/...firmes-en-24h/


              Coronavirus: Algeria records a new record with 385 cases confirmed within 24 hours
              By Khelifa Litamine -
              02 July 2020 / 16.58

              385 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus and 8 deaths have been recorded during the last 24 hours in Algeria, said this Thursday in Algiers the spokesman of the Scientific Committee responsible for monitoring the evolution of the Coronavirus pandemic, Professor Djamel Fourar.

              With the new balance sheet, the upward trend is confirmed more and more in the country, and the total of confirmed cases thus amounts to 14,657 people, distributed among the 48 wilayas and that of deaths has increased to 928 dead.

              The number of patients healed rose to 10,342, of which 302 in the past 24 hours said Dr. Fourar, during the daily press briefing devoted to the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic, affirming at the same time that the number of cases in intensive care is 48 patients.

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              • Source: https://www.algerie360.com/20200703-...du-03-juillet/

                The number of people infected with Covid-19 continues to increase in Algeria, the official assessment communicated by the health authorities today July 03, 2020, reports a total of 15070 confirmed cases and 937 deaths.

                The spokesperson for the Scientific Committee responsible for monitoring the evolution of the Coronavirus pandemic in Algeria, Professor Djamel Fourar, announced 413 new cases contaminated by Covid-19 and 9 new deaths recorded during the last 24 hours in Algeria.

                The results indicate that the number of patients cured has reached a total of 10,832, including 490 identified since yesterday.

                However, Professor Fourar points out that 49 patients are in intensive care.

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                • Covid-19: 441 new cases, 311 healings and 6 deaths in Algeria during the last 24 hours
                  Published 1 day ago
                  on July 5, 2020
                  By Achour Nait Tahar

                  441 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus (Covid-19), 311 healings and 6 deaths have been recorded during the last 24 hours in Algeria, said, Sunday in Algiers, the spokesman of the Scientific Committee for the follow-up of the evolution of the Coronavirus pandemic, Dr Djamel Fourar.

                  The balance sheet shows the number of confirmed cases in contentious increase and which amounts to 15. 941, that of deaths to 952, while the number of patients cured increases to 11.492, specified Mr. Fourar, during the press point daily devoted to the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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                  • Source: https://www.algerie360.com/20200707-...-du-07-jullet/

                    Coronavirus Algeria: New record of contamination on July 07
                    Tuesday July 7, 2020 at 4:55 pm

                    The number of people infected by the coronavirus in Algeria continues its very worrying increase in the last days, 475 infected cases as well as Nine 09 new deaths due to Coronavirus have been recorded during the last 24 hours in Algeria, indicated on Tuesday July 07 in Algiers, the spokesperson for the Scientific Committee for monitoring the evolution of this pandemic, Djamel Fourar.

                    Speaking during the daily press conference devoted to the evolution of the pandemic, Professor Djamel Fourar affirmed that the total assessment of the pandemic rose to 16,879 confirmed cases including 968 deaths since the appearance of Covid-19 on the Algerian soil.

                    However, the number of recoveries continues to grow at a high rate. The death toll has risen to 12,094 people fully recovered, after 210 new healings have been recorded in the past 24 hours, while 55 patients are in intensive care.

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                    • Source: https://www.dzairdaily.com/algerie-m...-juillet-2020/

                      Algeria: Dead, contaminated, cured .. Assessment of Coronavirus on July 08
                      Nassim B. By Nassim B. July 8, 2020 at 4:53 p.m.

                      Algeria - This July 08, the Coronavirus report lists 469 new cases of contamination in Algeria, for 10 new deaths and 235 new cures.

                      Indeed, the balance sheet of Coronavirus in Algeria continues to grow this July 08 again. The official count has risen to 17,348 confirmed cases and 978 deaths, after the recording of 469 new cases of contamination and 10 new deaths, according to the report of July 8; announced by the spokesperson for the Scientific Committee, Dr Djamel Fourar.

                      Decreasing, 235 new healings have been recorded in the last 24 hours. The overall recovery balance thus reached 12,329 cases in the country since the adoption of therapeutic treatment with Chloroquine in Algeria. Finally, the count shows 52 patients are placed in intensive care, adds the same source.

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                        Algiers worried about increased contamination

                        AFP / 09 July 2020 at 3.15 p.m.

                        Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune chairs a working meeting Thursday to face the upsurge in Covid-19 cases, as the Maghreb country most affected by the pandemic approaches the symbolic bar of 1,000 dead.

                        Five walis (prefects) from the most affected regions - Algiers, Oran (north-west), Biskra (north-east), Sétif (east) and Ouargla (south) - take part in this meeting alongside Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad, heads of security services and members of the Scientific Committee for monitoring the evolution of the pandemic, which reports to the Ministry of Health, according to the official agency APS.

                        On Thursday, the authorities ordered again the confinement of two municipalities in the wilaya of El Kala, bordering Tunisia, two days after a similar decision concerning 18 municipalities in the wilaya of Sétif. This rebound in cases of contamination is due, according to the authorities, to the "relaxation" of the population and to the "non-compliance" with prevention and protection rules.

                        The wearing of a sanitary mask has been compulsory since May 24 and offenders are sentenced to heavy fines. But many Algerians continue to be resistant to the wearing of masks and to measures of physical distancing. One month after the first deconfinement measures, the government demanded at the end of June a tightening of the sanctions against the offenders. And he advised the local authorities to proceed to the "targeted containment" of the localities and districts plagued by foci of infection.

                        In total, nearly 17,500 cases of Covid-19 have been officially declared on Algerian soil since the registration of the first case on February 25, including 978 deaths. Health professionals, who have been on the front lines for months and who keep calling on the population to take responsibility and claim more resources from the authorities, are paying a heavy price. Professor Abdelkrim Soukehal, a member of the Scientific Committee, announced on Wednesday that 1,700 health workers, all bodies combined, had been infected. 31 died, including 4 doctors during this week.

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                        "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                        -Nelson Mandela

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                        • Source: https://www.inter-lignes.com/coronav...dernieres-24h/

                          Coronavirus in Algeria: 460 new cases and 10 new deaths in the last 24 hours
                          Published 1 day ago
                          on July 9, 2020
                          By Yasmine Marouf-Araibi
                          © DR |

                          460 new confirmed cases of coronavirus have been registered during the last 24 hours in Algeria, according to the results of this Thursday, July 09.

                          This new assessment brings the total number of cases recorded to 17,808. Regarding the number of deaths, it reached a total of 988 after the census of 10 new cases in the last 24 hours.

                          Regarding the number of healings, it reached a total of 12,637 after the census of 308 new cases in the last 24 hours.

                          Regarding patients in intensive care, the assessment today indicates that their number is 53.

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                          • Source: https://www.algerie360.com/20200711-...es-1000-morts/

                            Coronavirus report of July 11: Algeria exceeds the 1000 dead mark
                            Saturday July 11, 2020 at 5:18 pm

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                            The daily report of the Coronavirus in Algeria reports, this Saturday, July 11, a total of 1,004 deaths, a new record for Algeria which records 470 contaminations.

                            Professor Djamel Fourar, official spokesperson for the Scientific Committee responsible for monitoring the epidemiological situation of Covid-19 in Algeria, announced that the total number of infections has reached 18,712 cases with 470 recorded in the last 24 hours.

                            The Daily Report also counted 8 new deaths, bringing the total number of deaths since the start of the pandemic to 1,004 deaths.

                            On the other hand, healings continue to increase, Professor Fourar reported a total of 13,375 healings with 251 recorded since yesterday.

                            Finally, he points out that 59 patients remain under intensive care, with the application of the Chloroquine-based therapeutic protocol.

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                            • Source: https://www.algerie-eco.com/2020/07/...istre-en-24-h/

                              Coronavirus in Algeria: 494 new cases, another record recorded in 24 hours
                              By Khelifa Litamine -
                              July 13, 2020 / 16:52
                              Coranavirus in Oran: healing of 11 cancer children treated with chloroquine

                              A new record is recorded for new contaminations with Coronavirus in Algeria, with the census of 494 new confirmed cases and 7 deaths during the last 24 hours.

                              With the new assessment the total number of confirmed cases in the country thus passes to 19689 cases and that of the deaths climbs to 1018 dead indicated this Monday in Algiers the spokesperson of the scientific committee for monitoring the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic , Djamel Fourar.

                              Speaking at the daily press briefing on the evolution of the pandemic, Dr Fourar said the number of people healed had reached 14,019, including 276 in the past 24 hours. In addition, 61 patients are in intensive care.

                              Batna records the highest number of cases

                              The most important new contaminations were recorded in the province of Batna with 60 new cases, it is followed by the province of Algiers 38 cases, and Tissemsilt with 31 cases, while Blida recorded 27 new cases.

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                                Incident at Bouira University Hospital: its director clarifies

                                By Khelifa Litamine -July 14, 2020 / 17:04

                                The director of the CHU Mohamed Boudiaf in Bouira, Dr. Boutemeur Djamel wanted to provide details on the attempted assault in his office yesterday July 13.

                                In a statement made to the Berber TV channel, he denied having jumped from the 3rd floor as reported by some media, but his office is on the ground floor, claiming that he is in good health and that he had no injuries.

                                On the details of the case, Boutemeur Djamel said "that a group of young thugs belonging to a family who had a victim of the coronavirus in the hospital invaded his office last night to demand the recovery of the remains of the deceased before the Covid-19 test is confirmed ”.

                                Realizing the danger, the director of the CHU had to leave his office through the window to avoid any physical attack on these people. At that moment, his secretary called the police and security agents to control the situation, he said.

                                As a result, the health directorate of the province of Bouira reacted to the fact and it "firmly condemned these irresponsible actions of resorting to violence against the medical, paramedical and administrative teams which are repeated and we see them almost all days ".

                                According to the press release from the health management, "these behaviors considerably weaken the morale of the health workers in all their teams and they have been recruited for more than 5 months for patients, in particular those infected with Covid-19".

                                Management considers that "it is inconceivable and in this critical period that our country is going through and the sacrifices of doctors, paramedics and administrators who work day and night to improve the conditions of patients and ensure that they adopt a behavior which is not in the interest of the patients or in the interest of the medical, paramedical and administrative staff ”.

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                                "Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear."
                                -Nelson Mandela

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