36 deaths and 10,000 new Covid-infections in Scotland


Thirty-six Scottish people have passed due to Coronavirus in the last 24 hours, according to the figures, as another 9,491 cases were reported in the country.

There were 1,272 people in hospital on Wednesday, 2 March, with a recently confirmed case of Covid-19, Scottish Government statistics showed, with 16 in the intensive care unit.


Ten of these patients have been in intensive care for more than 28 days. The latest figures showed that 36 people have died within the past day with the Coronavirus, which brings the total number who have tested positive and then passed since the start of the outbreak to 10,824.

Many coronavirus rules have been relaxed in Scotland as the country tries to live with the deadly virus. The covid vaccine passport was discarded last week, while school children are no longer required to wear a face mask in the classroom.

This means the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths now includes those based on someone’s first positive test, as well as possible reinfections when someone tests positive 90 days or more after their last positive test.

In Scotland, 4,437,162 people have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccination, 4,159,556 have received a second dose, and 3,440,493 have received a third dose or booster.

The global coronavirus cases have crossed 442.5 million, while the deaths have gone to more than 5.98 million and vaccinations to over 10.55 billion.

The US is the worst-hit country by Coronavirus, with the world’s highest number of cases and deaths at 79,196,200 and 956,262, according to the CSSE.


The second worst-hit country in terms of corona cases is India (42,938,599 infections and 514,246 deaths), followed by Brazil (28,906,672 infections and 650,824 deaths).

Corona pandemic has caused various problems to people’s lifestyle, but it is on a decrease now than earlier. More than 80% of World’s population is vaccinated with two doses.

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