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MOROCCO

39,241

Total Cases

611

Total Deaths

27,644

Total Recovered

10,986

Total Active Cases

+27

New Deaths

+1,306

New Cases


via menafn08/11/2020

Over 34000 coronavirus cases reported in Morocco in total - MENAFN.COM




The health ministry of Morocco said that 826 more patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the country on Monday, which has increased the total number of coronavirus cases across the nation to 34,063.

According to Mouad Mrabet, coordinator of the Moroccan Center for Public Health Operations at the Health Ministry, a total of 24,524

via schengenvisainfo08/10/2020

EU Council Recommends to Member States to Reintroduce Entry Ban for Moroccans - SchengenVisaInfo.com

A week after publishing its second review of the list of epidemiologically safe third countries, the EU Council has decided to update the list again, though it had previously noted the list would be updated every two weeks. On August 7, the EU Council issued a reviewed recommendation to the EU and Schengen Area Member […]

via menafn08/09/2020

Morocco's overseas trade drops 17.7 percent in first half of 2020 - MENAFN.COM

On Thursday August 6 the foreign exchange regulator stated that Morocco's complete foreign trade dropped by 17.7 percent in the first half of 2020.

The entire foreign trade reduced from 44.3 billion United States dollars in the first semester of 2019 to 36.46 billion United States. dollars at the same period of 2020 because of the Coronavirus pandemi


via en.yabiladi08/06/2020

Morocco : 26 migrants test positive for the coronavirus after failing to reach the Canary Islands - Yabiladi in English

Morocco : 26 migrants test positive for the coronavirus after failing to reach the Canary Islands. 26 migrants rescued by the Moroccan authorities after their boat ship wrecked on Monday, have tested positive for the new coronavirus. They were found off the Tarfaya shore after they attempted to cross to the Canary Islands. The

via allafrica08/05/2020

Morocco: Covid-19 - Preventive Measures in Tangier-Assilah and Fez As of Wednesday At 8 P.m. (Press Release) - AllAfrica.com

Taking into consideration the growing number of infections with the new coronavirus (Covid-19) and deaths recorded in past days, and to preserve the health and integrity of citizens, the government has decided to apply, as of this Wednesday August 05, 2020 at 8 p.m., a series of preventive measures at the level of the prefectures of Tangier-Assilah and Fez.

via reuters08/04/2020

Sliding walls, hideable offices: How pandemic could change home design - Reuters

BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Spain's coronavirus lockdown ended in late June, one thing was at the top of Teresa Silvi's priority list - to sell her apartment and find somewhere more suitable for her family to live now they were spending far more time at home.

via menafn08/11/2020

Morocco adds 826 more infections of COVID-19 - MENAFN.COM

According to a statement issued by the Moroccan Health Ministry, a total of 826 more patients were diagnosed with the novel coronavirus across the nation over the last 24 hours ending on Tuesday.

Amid a daily news update, Hind Ezzine, head of the department of epidemic diseases of the Ministry of Health declared that the overall tally of the positive

via menafn08/10/2020

Morocco records 1230 additional COVID-19 infections - MENAFN.COM



The health ministry of Morocco said that 1,230 more patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the country on Sunday, which has increased the total number of coronavirus cases across the nation to 33,237.

According to Mouad Mrabet, coordinator of the Moroccan Center for Public Health Operations at the Health Ministry, a total of 23,347 p


via arabnews08/09/2020

US-Moroccan singer Abir releases second EP - Arab News

DUBAI: US-Moroccan singer Abir has released this week her second EP, “Heat.” The Fez-born crooner’s new musical project is a collection of seven songs, which she describes as “Arab pop.” The new EP is accompanied by visuals for the singles “Inferno” and “Yallah.” Both music videos were shot on location in the Moroccan desert just outside of Marrakech with the help of a team of

via en.yabiladi08/07/2020

Morocco : Can asymptomatic coronavirus cases properly isolate at home ? - Yabiladi in English

Morocco : Can asymptomatic coronavirus cases properly isolate at home ?. Difficulties in setting up isolation, risks of complications,... Home isolation in Morocco poses a number of challenges. However, experts aim to reassure, stressing the importance of this mechanism and the follow-up of cases set

via en.yabiladi08/06/2020

Coronavirus : Morocco's asymptomatic cases to be treated at home, suggests new protocol - Yabiladi in English

Coronavirus : Morocco’s asymptomatic cases to be treated at home, suggests new protocol. Accoridng to a newly approved protocol, asymptomatic coronavirus cases will be sent home for a 7-day treatment period and an additional self-isolating 7-day period. The new decision comes as the number of daily infections in the Kingdom

via en.yabiladi08/05/2020

Qatar contributes to Morocco's special fund for the tackling of the coronavirus - Yabiladi in English

Qatar contributes to Morocco’s special fund for the tackling of the coronavirus. Qatar’s Charity, a humanitarian and development non-governmental organization in the Middle East, has contributed to Morocco’s special fund for the tackling of the coronavirus. According to local online newspaper The Peninsula,

via music.mxdwn08/04/2020

See The Dears Live at the Moroccan Lounge 2/10/21 - mxdwn.com

Canadian orchestral-pop group The Dears are coming to the Moroccan Lounge on February 10, 2021. This performance was initially scheduled to take place on May 15 of this year, but was postponed due to Covid-19. This stop will be part of their tour, which is set to begin this fall. The tour is in support of their


via menafn08/10/2020

Total COVID-19 cases exceed 33000 in Morocco - MENAFN.COM

According to a statement issued by the Moroccan Health Ministry, a total of 1,230 more patients were diagnosed with the novel coronavirus across the nation over the last 24 hours ending on Monday.

Amid a daily news update, Hind Ezzine, head of the department of epidemic diseases of the Ministry of Health declared that the overall tally of the positiv

via startribune08/09/2020

Morocco's carriage horses suffer as COVID-19 bars tourists - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Abdenabi Nouidi sold his favorite horse for $150 to help feed the others on the team that pulls tourists in carriages through the buzzing streets of Marrakech. The prospect of starvation looms for carriage horses and other animals normally used in Morocco's tourist mecca. Visitors have vanished during the coronavirus pandemic.

via menafn08/08/2020

Morocco reports over 1000 new coronavirus cases, total in 30666 - MENAFN.COM

According to a statement issued by the Moroccan Health Ministry, a total of 1,018 more patients were diagnosed with the novel coronavirus across the nation over the last 24 hours ending on Monday.

Amid a daily news update, Hind Ezzine, head of the department of epidemic diseases of the Ministry of Health declared that the overall tally of the positiv

via moroccoworldnews08/06/2020

Morocco Records 1,144 COVID-19 Cases, 559 Recoveries in 24 Hours - Morocco World News

Rabat – The Moroccan Ministry of Health reported 1,144 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases recorded in Morocco since the beginning of the outbreak to 29,644. In the last 24 hours, the ministry recorded 559 new recoveries. The recovery count stands at 20,553. The recovery rate decreased […]

via en.yabiladi08/05/2020

Morocco : Two players from Moghreb Athlétic de Tétouan test positive for the coronavirus - Yabiladi in English

Morocco : Two players from Moghreb Athlétic de Tétouan test positive for the coronavirus. One day before its match against Raja Casablanca, Moghreb Athlétic de Tétouan (MAT) announced Tuesday that two of its players have tested positive for the coronavirus. In a press release, the Tetouan-based club

via arabnews08/04/2020

Who's Who: Dr. Yusra bint Hussain Al-Jazairy, Saudi Arabia's acting cultural attache in Morocco - Arab News

Dr. Yusra bint Hussain Al-Jazairy was recently appointed Saudi Arabia’s acting cultural attache in Morocco. Saudi Education Minister Dr. Hamad bin Mohammed Al-Asheikh issued a decision to appoint the Kingdom’s first female cultural attaches on Sunday.  Other appointments include Dr. Amal bint Jameel Fatani as cultural attache in the UK, and Fahda bint Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh as