Morocco’s health ministry says more than four million people have been vaccinated since the launch of the Covid-19 immunisation campaign began at the end of January.
To protect itself from coronavirus variants, Morocco on Monday suspended all flights with Poland, Norway, Finland, Greece, Lebanon and Kuwait, bringing the total number of countries affected by air restrictions to 26.
according to authorities, more than 480,000 people in Morocco have been infected with coronavirus since the first case was reported in March 2020.
over 8,500 people have died from contracting the virus.
The state of health emergency measure has been extended until April 10, with a night curfew until mid-March.
The country's borders are still closed even though regular flights operate.
The free vaccination campaign aims to immunize those over 18, or around 25 million people with a view to gradually returning to normal life".