Coronavirus Outbreak, Covid-19, Covid-19 Morocco

Coronavirus Outbreak, Covid-19

Morocco makes face masks obligatory to fight Covid-19 virus | Malay Mail

Morocco makes face masks obligatory to fight Covid-19 virus | Malay Mail

7/4/2020 4:57:00 AM

Morocco makes face masks obligatory to fight Covid-19 virus | Malay Mail

RABAT, April 7 ― Wearing face masks in public will be obligatory in Morocco from yesterday in a bid to stem the spread of coronavirus, according to an official decree. The decision was announced late yesterday after a government meeting on how to control the epidemic. Morocco imposed a public...

Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 07:38 AM MYTPolice officers patrol streets, following the coronavirus disease outbreak, on the outskirts of Casablanca, Morocco March 25, 2020. ― Reuters picRABAT, April 7 ― Wearing face masks in public will be obligatory in Morocco from yesterday in a bid to stem the spread of coronavirus, according to an official decree.

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The decision was announced late yesterday after a government meeting on how to control the epidemic.Morocco imposed a public health state of emergency on March 19, confining everyone to their homes except those with a permit to be out and about for their work.

Police, security agents and soldiers in armoured cars have been deployed around the country, erecting road barriers and control points.The official number of Covid-19 cases in Morocco has doubled in a week to 1,120, including 80 fatalities.The real numbers are likely to be significantly higher as there is a lack of testing gear in the country. ― AFP

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UK PM Johnson's pregnant fiance had Covid-19 symptoms but on the mend | Malay MailLONDON, April 5 — Carrie Symonds, the pregnant fiance of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, said she had spent the past week in bed with symptoms of the novel coronavirus but after seven days of rest felt stronger and was on the mend. “I’ve spent the past week in bed with the main symptoms...

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BHB, Bank Islam contributes RM1.6m to Covid-19 efforts | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, April 5 — BIMB Holdings Bhd (BHB) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Bank Islam Malaysia Bhd have pledged to contribute RM1.6 million to support various humanitarian and medical-related causes in combating the Covid-19 pandemic. In a joint statement today, they said BHB...

Residents in Malaysia and elsewhere taking Covid-19 surveillance into their own hands | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, April 5 — A week after Malaysia ordered a partial lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus, construction supervisor Hafi Nazhan saw residents in his affluent Kuala Lumpur neighbourhood jogging outside. He took photos of people flouting the stay-at-home order and published them... Yes let the rakyat help the authorities to monitor those who defy the MCO.... I think the gov should establish a network so we can post thr pic or video and location so that gov can go do thier job