Moroccans Repatriated from Wuhan: It’s Official, no Case of Infection Has Been Detected

Moroccan returnees from Wuhan are now free to return to their homes. The 20-day medical observation period has just ended today with reassuring results, to say the least.

The Ministry of Health said that no case related to the new Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) was registered among the 167 citizens received at the Sidi Said Hospital in Meknes and the Mohamed V Military Hospital of Instruction in Rabat following the repatriation operation organized on the instructions of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.

Throughout their stay, the returnees were subjected to a double-daily medical observation and laboratory analyses, the results of which were negative to SARS-CoV-2.

The Ministry of Health, in a statement, thanked the returnees and their families for their cooperation and commitment, and congratulated all the civilian and military health officers, managers and teams, as well as the administrative staff mobilized for the success of this operation.

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