Moroccan doctors fight on against virus despite isolation and fear

Moroccan doctors fight on against virus despite isolation and fear
Moroccan doctors fight on against virus despite isolation and fear

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A Moroccan health ministry worker disinfects a street in the capital Rabat on March 22, 2020. - A public health state of emergency went into effect in the Muslim-majority country late on March 20, and security forces and the army have been deployed on the streets to combat the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus disease. People have been ordered to stay at home, and restrictions on public transport and travel between cities are also in place. AFP

A Moroccan health ministry worker disinfects a man walking a dog and carrying a mat in the capital Rabat on March 22, 2020. - A public health state of emergency went into effect in the Muslim-majority country late on March 20, and security forces and the army have been deployed on the streets to combat the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus disease. People have been ordered to stay at home, and restrictions on public transport and travel between cities are also in place. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)

Members of the Moroccan Interior Ministry Auxiliary Forces ask owners of a restaurant to close down, in Marrakesh on March 16, 2020. - Many holiday makers who came to visit Morocco are now finding themselves confined as the government is gradually restricting all activities in the kingdom and closing down universities, schools, cinemas, museums, bars, restaurants and even mosques, all in a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus disease (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)

Passengers wait for their flights at the Marrakesh Airport on March 15, 2020. - Several special flights departed Morocco taking thousands of stranded Europeans home as the kingdom announced it was suspending all regular air traffic due to the coronavirus, authorities and airports said. Morocco said it had decided to suspend all international commercial flights "until further notice", extending a ban that had previously been applied to around 30 nations, including Italy, France and Spain. (Photo by - / AFP)

TOPSHOT - A patient who recovered from the Covid-19 disease caused by the novel coronavirus kisses the ground as another rejoices with the medical staff as they leave a hospital in the city of Sale, north of the Moroccan capital Rabat on April 12, 2020. / AFP / FADEL SENNA

Members of the medical staff at Moroccos's military field hospital in Nouaceur, South of Casablanca, check on equipment on April 18, 2020 as they prepare to receive patients of the coronavirus pandemic. Military hospitals have been reordered to maximise bed capacity, he said, adding that two field hospitals had been deployed to the coastal Casablanca region. Morocco had recorded 2,670 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 137 deaths, while over 280 have officially recovered. The North African kingdom has closed its borders and imposed a lockdown, enforced by security forces, to stem the spread of the disease. / AFP / FADEL SENNA

An ad spreading awareness against coronavirus is seen in Rabat, Morocco, Wednesday, April 22, 2020. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. (AP Photo/Mosa'ab Elshamy)

A man walks past closed shops before the start of the holy month of Ramadan in the usually bustling Medina of Rabat, during a health state of emergency and home confinement orders, in Rabat, Morocco, Thursday, April 23, 2020. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. (AP Photo/Mosa'ab Elshamy)

An employee of a Moroccan startup company pilots a drone equipped with disinfectant liquid, in a street of Harhoura near the capital Rabat on April 23, 2020, to be used during the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis. / AFP / FADEL SENNA

A drone equipped with disinfectant liquid, operated by a Moroccan startup company, is flown above a street of Harhoura near the capital Rabat on April 23, 2020, to be used during the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis. / AFP / FADEL SENNA

A Moroccan artist works on a mural thanking essential workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic, in the city of Sale north of the capital, on April 26, 2020. / AFP / FADEL SENNA

epa08371017 Shaima (L), a Moroccan woman wearing protective clothing, volunteers to buy the necessary supplies from the shops and distribute them to the needy in Rabat, Morocco, 18 April 2020. Rabat is under curfew after the Moroccan authorities announced a state of health emergency nearly a month ago to stem the widespread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus which causes the Covid-19 disease. EPA/JALAL MORCHIDI

epa08370887 A Moroccan man Salah, dressed as a clown, performs for children via live broadcast in the Internet in Rabat, Morocco, 17 April 2020 (issued 18 April 2020). Salah's broadcast aims to entertain children in light of the curfew in the country knows after the Moroccan authorities declared a state of health emergency nearly a month ago to stem the widespread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus which causes the Covid-19 disease. EPA/JALAL MORCHIDI

Members of the medical staff at Moroccos's military field hospital in the region of Benslimane take positions as they remain on stand-by amid the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis, on April 17, 2020. / AFP / FADEL SENNA

Moroccan health workers scan passengers arriving from Italy for coronavirus COVID-19 at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport on March 3, 2020. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)

A woman walks past a Moroccan military armoured personnel carrier (APC) driving along a road, instructing people to remain at home, in the capital Rabat on March 22, 2020. - A public health state of emergency went into effect in the Muslim-majority country late on March 20, and security forces and the army have been deployed on the streets to combat the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus disease. People have been ordered to stay at home, and restrictions on public transport and travel between cities are also in place. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)

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