Did you know that this week saw 5 deaths due to COVID-19 in total and the maximum recoveries in a day were 276 recorded on 11 February 2021, while 477 was the highest number of newly infected cases recorded on 9 February 2021? Here are the latest updated weekly trends in terms of recoveries, new cases and deaths related to the current COVID-19 situation.
From 4-11 February 2021, 2,940 people were referred to the Public Prosecution for not wearing masks and 139 for violating the maximum people allowed in a vehicle in Qatar. The total figures of people not wearing masks in Qatar as of 11 February 2021, has reached a figure of 11,793 persons and 369 people for not following the limit of people inside a vehicle.
The State of Qatar reimposed restrictions due to the increase in the number of cases recently. Click here to know the entire list: COVID-19 restrictions reimposed in Qatar
From 407 new confirmed cases reported on 4 February, the numbers slightly decreased to 398 the next day, after which it decreased to 394 on 6 February, and then increased to 408 on 7 February. The next day, 8 February, saw 427 new infections, followed by 477 and 451 on the next two consecutive days, before decreasing to 448 on 11 February, towards the end of the week.
From 172 recoveries from the coronavirus (COVID-19) on 4 February, the numbers decreased to 153 on 5 February, following which it further decreased to 132 and then increased to 151 recoveries for the next two days. The numbers then decreased to 123 and then increased to 158 the following two days. The number of recoveries saw a sharp increase to 260 on 10 February and a further increase to 276 on the last day of the week on 11 February.
This week saw 5 deaths due to COVID-19 in total recorded on 5, 8, 9 and 11 February 2021.
Qatar started the vaccination campaign against COVID-19 on December 23, the second doses of the vaccine have also started. Here are some of the updates in Qatar:
It is important for everyone to play their role in controlling the virus by following the following precautions:
The Ministry also recommends that you regularly visit the MoPH website to view the latest information and instructions related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and for the most up-to-date guidance on how to stay safe.
When do you think the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will end in Qatar? Are you following all the SOPs? Do let us know your thoughts in our comments section. Do like and share the article - it keeps us going!
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