As of the first day of Ramadan, Covid-19 has imposed a nationwide ban on night movements from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.

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Starting on the first day of Ramadan, the government has decided to prohibit night movements nationwide from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., except in exceptional circumstances, preserving the various preventive measures announced previously.

According to a government statement released on Wednesday, the decision is based on the Scientific and Technical Commission’s recommendations to continue implementing the necessary measures to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), which has been exacerbated by the appearance of new variants in the country.It’s also part of a broader set of precautionary measures aimed at protecting citizens’ health. According to the statement, it takes into account the high mobility that characterizes the Moroccan social fabric during Ramadan and stems from a desire to ensure that this blessed month occurs in appropriate health conditions, commensurate with its great religious symbolism.

The government applauds citizens’ sense of responsibility and strong support for the various preventive measures implemented since the declaration of the state of health emergency in the Kingdom, urging everyone to keep up the good work, take all necessary precautions, and follow the rules in order to preserve Morocco’s significant achievements.

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