Morocco is following in the footsteps of several European countries by deciding to accelerate the process of repatriation of its nationals from the city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the epidemic which has left 170 dead and more than 7,000 people infected. Fallen on January 27, the royal decision to repatriate Moroccans, mostly students, from the city of Wuhan.
currently under quarantine is being implemented. This is reported by the daily Al Massae in its January 31 edition.
The media reports that a Royal Air Maroc plane has been chartered by the company to evacuate the hundreds of Moroccans stranded in this city. So the device will fly from Casablanca on Friday, January 31, with medical personnel on board. “A very meticulous medical protocol will be applied onboard the aircraft and on return, at Mohammed V airport,” said media sources, who indicate that the Ministry of Health will carry out close monitoring of citizens.
returnees, with quarantine likely for a few days in establishments belonging to the Ministry. In parallel, and to avoid infection with this disease and prevent the transmission of respiratory viruses in general, the ministry recommends scrupulously respecting the usual rules of hygiene, namely: washing your hands constantly, covering your mouth and the nose in case of coughing or sneezing and avoid close contact with patients with symptoms of respiratory infection.