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  • Source: https://www.dzairdaily.com/coronavir...ontaminations/

    Coronavirus Algeria: Report of August 19 .. New decrease in contaminations
    Nassim B. By Nassim B. August 19, 2020 at 5:00 PM
    Algeria Coronavirus August 19

    Algeria - The toll of Coronavirus contamination recorded over the past 24 hours has seen a fine drop on August 19. The Covid-19 pandemic monitoring committee has identified no less than 403 new contaminations.

    Indeed, the toll of Coronavirus contamination in Algeria was recorded on August 19. Thus, the authorities responsible for monitoring the development of the Coronavirus pandemic in the country have counted no less than 403 cases of Covid-19 contamination; according to what the spokesperson of the Scientific Commission, Dr Djamel Fourar announced.

    That said, in total since the appearance of the first case of Covid-19 contagion last February; Algeria has 39,847 cases infected with the Coronavirus.
    Coronavirus vaccine in Algeria: Update on the situation

    While the third phase (03rd) of deconfinement took effect on August 15; especially with the opening of mosques, beaches, restaurants and cafeterias; Dr Mohamed Bekkat Berkani has admitted that the virus continues to circulate and that it is not going to go away; "This is why Algerians must learn to live with it and resume their life from before Covid-19"; he confided.

    For his part, the director general of the Pasteur Institute of Algeria, Doctor Fawzi Derrar, explained on August 13 during an interview with the Algerian daily, El Watan; that the Coronavirus vaccine will only be available in Algeria towards the end of 2020. In passing, he reassured the population by indicating that in recent days; a drop in the number of cases of Covid-19; as well as in the occupancy rate of emergency rooms and intensive care units was recorded.

    For his part, the Minister of Health, Abderrahmane Benbouzid has indicated that the disposal of the vaccine against the Coronavirus will only be possible from October 2020; because "Algeria is waiting to see the results of the marketing of the vaccine; as well as its effect on the population, before judging its effectiveness ”; he asserted.

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    • Source: https://www.dzairdaily.com/coronavir...ontaminations/

      Coronavirus report Algeria: Increase in contamination on August 20
      Nassim B. By Nassim B. 20 Aug 2020 at 16:36
      Coronavirus Algeria August 20

      Algeria - The toll of Coronavirus contamination recorded in the past 24 hours has seen a fine increase on August 20. The Covid-19 pandemic monitoring committee has identified no less than 411 new infections and 11 deaths.

      Indeed, the toll of Coronavirus contaminations in Algeria recorded on August 20 a slight increase in contaminations and deaths. Thus, the authorities responsible for monitoring the development of the Coronavirus pandemic in the country have counted no less than 411 cases of Covid-19 contamination and 11 deaths; according to what the spokesperson of the Scientific Commission, Dr Djamel Fourar announced.

      That said, in total since the appearance of the first case of Covid-19 contagion last February; Algeria has 40,258 cases contaminated with the Coronavirus and 1,411 deaths.
      Coronavirus vaccine in Algeria: Update on the situation

      While the third phase (03rd) of deconfinement took effect on August 15; especially with the opening of mosques, beaches, restaurants and cafeterias; Dr Mohamed Bekkat Berkani has admitted that the virus continues to circulate and that it is not going to go away; "This is why Algerians must learn to live with it and resume their life from before Covid-19"; he confided.

      For his part, the director general of the Pasteur Institute of Algeria, Doctor Fawzi Derrar, explained on August 13 during an interview with the Algerian daily, El Watan; that the Coronavirus vaccine will only be available in Algeria towards the end of 2020. In passing, he reassured the population by indicating that in recent days; a drop in the number of cases of Covid-19; as well as in the occupancy rate of emergency rooms and intensive care units was recorded.

      For his part, the Minister of Health, Abderrahmane Benbouzid has indicated that the disposal of the vaccine against the Coronavirus will only be possible from October 2020; because "Algeria is waiting to see the results of the marketing of the vaccine; as well as its effect on the population, before judging its effectiveness ”; he asserted.

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      • Source: https://www.dzairdaily.com/coronavir...ontaminations/

        Coronavirus Algeria: Results August 21 .. Decrease in contamination
        Nassim B. By Nassim B. August 21, 2020 at 4:58 PM

        Algeria - The toll of Coronavirus contamination recorded in the past 24 hours has seen a fine increase on August 21. The Covid-19 pandemic monitoring committee identified no less than 409 new infections and 07 deaths.

        Indeed, the toll of Coronavirus contaminations in Algeria recorded on August 21 a slight decrease in contaminations and deaths. Thus, the authorities responsible for monitoring the development of the Coronavirus pandemic in the country have counted no less than 409 cases of Covid-19 contamination and 07 deaths; according to what the spokesperson of the Scientific Commission, Dr Djamel Fourar announced.

        Two wilayas have recorded more than 45 contaminations in the past 24 hours, namely the wilaya of Algiers with 57 contaminations and 49 cases in Oran.

        That said, in total since the appearance of the first case of Covid-19 contagion last February; Algeria has 40,667 cases infected with the Coronavirus and 1,418 deaths.

        Economic impact of the pandemic: Which sectors are the most affected?

        The sectors most affected by the macabre incidences of the viral scourge are in fact transport and tourism. Catering, hotels and crafts. But also energy and non-agrifood trade. That is to say pharmaceutical, parapharmaceutical, etc. 19.5 billion dinars is a loss in public transport turnover alone.

        According to the same source, which took data from the Ministry of Labor and Social Security; The impact of Covid-19 therefore affected 134,000 taxi drivers. 6,883 driving schools. 6,224 examiners. And 4,421 control officers. Hotels and travel agencies suffered a loss of 81.9 billion dinars. The artisans faced an activity slowing down from 80 to 100%; and an absence of customers in the range of 70 to 100%. In addition to a shortfall of 36.21 billion dinars.

        As for the energy sector, Sonatrach’s lost revenue amounts to 4.6 billion dollars. This in comparison with the same period of the year 2019. The report warns that Sonatrach risks, given the downward trajectory in which it is evolving, no longer being able to meet its obligations towards its partners and the State. . This will have a considerable impact on the latter's income. Finally, 63.83 billion dinars represents the loss of the public market sector, concludes the media of the written press. For the record, the Minister of Transport announced financial aid. They will go to the benefit of public companies.

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

          Coronavirus in Algeria: 398 new cases and 11 new deaths
          Yasmine Marouf-Araibi
          Published 1 minute ago
          on August 24, 2020
          By Yasmine Marouf-Araibi

          398 new cases of coronavirus and 11 new deaths have been listed in the last 24 hours by the scientific committee monitoring the evolution of the pandemic in Algeria.

          With these new figures, the total number of infections stands at 41,858 and the number of deaths at 1,446.

          The same report includes a total of 29,369 cases of cures, including 227 recorded in the last 24 hours.

          Regarding the number of patients in intensive care, the report shows 37 cases.

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

            Coronavirus: 370 new cases and 10 new deaths
            Yasmine Marouf-Araibi
            Published 2 minutes ago
            on 25 August 2020
            By Yasmine Marouf-Araibi

            370 new cases of coronavirus and 10 new deaths have been recorded in the past 24 hours, announced on Tuesday the scientific committee monitoring the evolution of the pandemic in Algeria.

            This new toll brings the total number of cases of infection to 42,228 and the number of deaths to 1,456.

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            • Source: https://www.algerie-eco.com/2020/09/...uit-lentement/


              Coronavirus in Algeria: 285 new cases in 24 hours, the decline continues slowly
              By Arezki Benali -
              September 08, 2020 / 5:26 PM
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              The decrease in the number of cases of contamination by the coronavirus continues slowly with the recording of 285 new confirmed cases in the last 24 hours against 289 new cases the day before.

              According to the new report presented on Monday, September 8 in Algiers by the spokesperson of the Scientific Committee for monitoring the evolution of the Coronavirus pandemic, Dr Djamel Fourar, 198 healings and and 9 deaths were recorded during the last 24 hours in Algeria.

              The total of confirmed cases thus amounts to 46,938, that of deaths to 1,571, while the total number of cured patients rose to 33,183, said Dr Fourar, during the daily press briefing devoted to the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic.

              In addition, 35 patients are currently in intensive care, he also said.

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              • Source: https://www.algerie-eco.com/2020/09/...es-en-algerie/


                Coronavirus: 264 new cases recorded in Algeria
                By Khelifa Litamine -
                September 11, 2020 / 4:22 PM
                Coronavirus: 264 new cases recorded in Algeria

                The decline in Coronavirus contamination is confirmed in Algeria. For two weeks the figures have been dropping steadily, reaching 264 new cases and 8 deaths in the last 24 hours.

                With the new assessment, the total number of confirmed cases in the country thus increases to 47,752 infected patients, and that of deaths has increased to 1,599 deaths since the start of the pandemic in Algeria, said the spokesperson for the scientific monitoring committee of the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr Djamel Fourar.

                Speaking at the daily press briefing on the evolution of the pandemic, Dr Fourar said the number of people cured has reached 33,723, including 161 in the past 24 hours.

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