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End of quarantine for Moroccans repatriated from China

The 167 Moroccan nationals repatriated from the Chinese city of Wuhan, currently under medical observation at Sidi Saïd Hospital in Meknes, leaved the hospital on Saturday, February 22.

A source from the Ministry of Health said that the decision to lift the medical observation was taken after making sure they were not infected with the new coronavirus.

Note that a national commission composed of the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, the Ministry of the Interior, the military medical services and other organizations, was set up to monitor the health of Moroccans, including Sino-Moroccan couples, repatriated from Wuhan because of the coronavirus.

Recall that King Mohammed VI had given his instructions for the repatriation of Moroccan nationals, mainly students, from the Chinese province of Wuhan, quarantined by the Chinese authorities because of the coronavirus.

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