Moroccan authorities: Failure to wear a mask causes 3 months imprisonment

Rabat-ALSharqyia April 7: The Moroccan authorities decided to force the wearing of masks on their citizens, starting today, Tuesday, threatening with imprisonment of one to three months and the financial fine of violators, after the death toll due to corona disease reached 80 deaths. The Moroccan government said in a statement that the prices of the muzzle will be sold at a price not exceeding 8 cents, and that its status has become compulsory, and that every violator of this rule is subject to a penalty of "imprisonment from one to three months and a fine, and indicated that the country intends to increase its ability to produce masks to approximately six million muzzle Daily next week


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