Did you know that this week saw 232 as the highest number in recoveries while 178 was the least number of newly infected cases? We are in the second part of Phase 4 of the lifting of the coronavirus restrictions in Qatar and here are the latest updated weekly trends in terms of recoveries, new cases and deaths related to the current situation.
From 213 new confirmed cases reported on 8 October, the numbers have decreased to 206 and 178 in the next two consecutive days, after which it increased to 207 on 11 October. The next day saw one less in new cases and stood at 214 on 13 October, before dropping to 198 and increasing by 2 numbers to 200 on 15 October, at the end of the week.
From 219 recoveries from the coronavirus (COVID-19) on 8 October, the numbers saw a spike on the next day at 232, following which it decreased to 208, before increasing to 211 on 11 October. The number of recoveries decreased to 198 and 197 on the following two consecutive days and increased to 211 and 218 on 14 and 15 October respectively.
This week saw 4 deaths in total, recorded on 9, 11 and 15 October, with the rest of the days of the week seeing no deaths reported. Qatar is marching strongly marching forward in curbing the coronavirus pandemic in the country, thanks to the efforts of the MoPH and the entire medical community and this week, the Chair of the National Strategic Group on COVID-19 and Head of the Infectious Diseases Division at Hamad Medical Corporation Dr. Abdullatif Al Khal, said, “In the past week we noticed a slight decrease of about 15% compared to the previous week. We can describe the situation of the country at this point as being steady or stable and we are not witnessing a second wave-like in many other countries.”
The MoPH recently added to its previous list and approved a total of 31 health centres for conducting COVID-19 swabs. To know the complete list of approved health centres, click here.
While the restrictions of coronavirus (COVID-19) are gradually being lifted 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.
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