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Posted On: 2 April 2020 12:29 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 09:12 am

Supreme Committee for Crisis Management provides the latest statistics on coronavirus in Qatar

Khadiza Begum
Khadiza Begum
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The official Spokesperson of the Supreme Committee for Crisis Management, H.E. Lolwah Al Khater, chaired a press conference tonight at 9 pm on Qatar's newest measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 & the latest statistics on the virus.

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  • The total number of cases is 11% for females and 89% for males.
  • COVID-19 infection reached 16% outside quarantine and 84% inside a quarantine.
  • The number of proven scientific examinations conducted to date has reached approximately 22,000.
  • 89% of cases are mild, 3% are very serious and 8% of cases have recovered. There are only deaths and they were over 55 years old and they had chronic diseases.
  • The State of Qatar does not use any equipment to detect cases except those that have been proven by the laboratory, scientifically and recognized effective.
  • The primary safety line is the consciences of people and their control over themselves before the supervision of the concerned authorities.
  • There is an increase in the number of casualties for Qataris coming from abroad, many of whom do not adhere to the conditions of quarantine and safe distance.
  • The Ministry of Health received more than 43,000 calls on the 16,000 hotline within 3 weeks, with a response rate of more than 92%, the average response speed is about 5 seconds, the average waiting time is about 5 seconds, and the satisfaction rate is about 90 %.
  • The recent rise in the corona case index has two main reasons. The first is the return of Qataris from abroad and the second is technical. It is the use of new detection devices that can monitor a greater number of cases in a smaller period of time and in larger numbers.
  • Qatar launches an official site ( for those wishing to contribute and support from individuals and companies to combat the Coronavirus in the State of Qatar.