Morocco bans all artistic and cultural activities to prevent the spread of Corona


Morocco bans all artistic and cultural activities to prevent the spread of Corona



The Moroccan government decided to ban all festivals, cultural and artistic activities, to prevent the spread of the Corona epidemic.

The Moroccan government relied “on the legal requirements related to managing the state of health emergency, and in order to strengthen the necessary preventive measures to limit the spread of the Corona epidemic.”

The government called on male and female citizens to strongly engage in the national vaccination campaign, to continue responsible commitment and to take all precautionary precautions in a way that preserves the gains achieved, and contributes to the gradual return to normal life in the country.

The government had recorded a decline in the demand for vaccination centers, after a number of vaccinators suffered disabilities or died, according to their allegations, but the government categorically denied this and said that it was purely a coincidence.

The kingdom has vaccinated more than half of the population so far, as part of a program that aims to vaccinate 80 percent of the total population of about 36 million people.

It also imposed the permissibility of vaccination to move between cities and enter some public places, which sparked a lot of controversy and protests.

The government also recently decided to close the airspace for two weeks, starting last Monday, as well as reducing the number of people at funerals to less than ten.

To date, Morocco has recorded 940,374 infections in total in Corona since the first case appeared in the country on March 2, 2020, in addition to 14,784 deaths.

Source: “Reuters”


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