Peak week corona virus
Peak week corona virus

The daily indicator of the new Corona virus recorded a record rise with 1065 cases and 9 new deaths, a statistic based on recent official data from the Ministry of Health showed that Farwaniya comes in the lead in terms of recording the highest infections with the virus, followed by the capital, then Hawalli, Al-Ahmadi and Al-Jahra.

And the Minister of Health, Sheikh Dr. Basil Al-Sabah, announced that an assessment of the comprehensive ban that started yesterday afternoon will take place after 10 days, and in light of the results of the evaluation, there may be a relaxation of some measures.

Injury cases were distributed by 2755 cases in the Al Farwaniyah Health Zone, at a rate of about 32.5 percent, and 1883 in the capital, by about 22.2 percent, 1804 cases in Hawalli, by about 21.3 percent, 1550 in Al Ahmadi, by more than 18 percent, and 449 cases in Jahra, by About 5.3 percent, in addition to 16 cases where data are not available, about 0.2 percent.

In the same context, sources revealed that for the Al Farwaniyah health zone, cases of infection are concentrated in the areas of Farwaniya, Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh and Khaitan, while the injuries are concentrated in the capital in the areas of Al-Mirqab, east and Bneid Al-Qar.

And the sources confirmed that most of the cases in Al-Ahmadi are concentrated in the Mahboula region, the sources indicated that the start of increasing rates of infection in Hawalli at last (especially in the Hawalli and Salmiya regions) made the numbers recorded in them chase the case rates in Farwaniya and the capital.

In the figures recorded yesterday, which are the highest since the start of recording infections in the country on February 24, the Ministry of Health announced 1065 new cases of the virus, while the Egyptian nationality was ranked for the second day in a row in the top spot with 271 cases, compared to 244 cases of those of Indian nationality, as it came Al-Farwaniyah health zone has the highest number of injuries with 450 cases, followed by Hawali with 237 cases, Al-Ahmadi with 214 cases, the capital with 99 and Al-Jahra with 65 cases.