Moroccan state of emergency extended to May 10
The Morocco government held a cabinet meeting on April 8th, local time, and decided to extend the current national public health emergency to May 10th.
The Moroccan government stated that this decision was made while the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia is still increasing. According to Moroccan law, in a state of emergency, the government has the right to quickly take necessary measures, including imposing a curfew, prohibiting travel, and restricting travel, to respond to emergencies.
Morocco began implementing a public health emergency in March last year in response to the new crown epidemic. Up to now, Morocco has accumulated a total of 499,688 new coronary pneumoniaconfirmed cases and a total of 8,867 deaths , 486,349 cases were cured. (Headquarters reporter Shan Jiming)
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