Coronavirus: No Cases Have Been Reported in Morocco (Ministry of Health)

The three suspected cases, detected by the National Epidemiological Monitoring and Surveillance System, were found to be seasonal influenza and not the Coronavirus, the ministry said in a statement to MAP.

The ministry insists that rumors of infection with the new virus are “unfounded”.

To avoid infection by the disease and to prevent the transmission of respiratory viruses in general, the ministry recommends that citizens carefully follow the usual rules of hygiene: wash their hands at all times, cover their mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing, and avoid close contact with patients with symptoms of respiratory infection.

Finally, the Ministry states that it will keep the public regularly informed of any new developments in this regard.

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