Demonstrators gathered in several cities on Sunday, against the mandatory vaccination permit, in the face of heavy security crackdowns.
As part of a new precautionary approach to combating the corona virus, the government has imposed an official vaccination permit document to enter public facilities.
Operation by private or public transport within and outside the Moroccan territory, as well as public, semi-public and private administrations, hotels, restaurants, cafes, closed spaces, shops, sports halls and staff and user access. Bathrooms.
Today, Sunday, many citizens expressed awareness in various Moroccan cities such as Marrakesh, Fez and other cities such as Casablanca, Rabat and El Jadita by rejecting this decision.
The demonstrations saw heavy security crackdowns as security was tightened in several cities to quell protests.
Despite security efforts to prevent them from protesting, protesters chanted slogans calling on the government to reverse its decision and reject the mandatory vaccination against Govt-19, which they considered to be their right.
The Moroccan people who rejected the compulsory vaccine against Govt-19 took part in mass protests last Sunday.
Health and Social Security Minister Khalid Aid al-Talib supported the imposition of a vaccine permit, which, according to him, led to an increase in the number of people vaccinated against the virus.
He said the decision to impose the passport was in line with a government mandate declaring a state of emergency last year and giving officials the right to take exceptional measures to protect public health.
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