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14 August 2020


Morocco extends coronavirus emergency decree

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Morocco extended on Thursday an emergency decree until Aug. 10 giving local authorities leeway in taking restrictive measures in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

Axar.az reports citing foreign media.

The cabinet maintained the decree in force to allow for restoring lockdowns on a region-by-region basis depending on the coronavirus developments.

Morocco has unlocked since June 25 most of the economy allowing cafes, restaurants, sports clubs, and other services and entertainment businesses to resume activity at half capacity except in the provinces where infections remain higher such as Tangier, Marrakech and Safi.

Domestic travel has resumed, while borders are set to reopen on July 14 to nationals in addition to foreign residents and their families.

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2020.07.09 / 23:35
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