The decision in Morocco was made following the rapid spread of the omicron strain in Europe and Africa. Morocco has officially registered some 950,000 corona cases and more than 14,700 deaths
Morocco has announced the suspension of all international flights entering the country for two weeks due to the rapid spread of the Omicron strain in Europe and Africa. Brabett’s decision was expanded after an announcement was made over the weekend to stop flights from only a few countries.
A government committee tasked with overseeing the development of the corona virus announced yesterday (Sunday) that the restrictions will take effect starting today (Monday) and will be extended as needed.
The announcement came hours after Israel announced it would close its borders to foreign tourists starting Sunday evening, after the new strain was discovered in South Africa and several European countries. Morocco, whose economy relies heavily on tourism, announced on Friday a ban on entry for travelers from South Africa and six other African countries. Morocco has officially registered some 950,000 corona cases and more than 14,700 deaths. Earlier this month, the North African Kingdom boat stopped overnight imposed months earlier to stem the spread of the corona.An abbreviated address for this article: https://www.ias.co.il?p=121013
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