After the launch of the vaccination campaign in Morocco, several rumors have circulated that people refusing to be vaccinated will be taken to court and face a prison sentence of one to three months, coupled with large fines.
Several pages on social networks also announced that a bill would be under study to sanction anyone who opposes vaccination.
In this regard, a source from Le Site info brushed aside these rumors, assuring that these allegations are completely false. “No bill concerning the refusal of vaccination is being studied. We have to stop believing in these kinds of rumors. All communication around vaccination will be through official channels, ”it was specified.
As a reminder, according to the daily report of the anti-Covid-19 vaccination campaign, communicated by the Ministry of Health, 351,723 people were vaccinated in Morocco on Thursday February 4 at 6 p.m.
In addition, that 620 new cases of infection with the new coronavirus (Covid-19) have been confirmed in Morocco in the last 24 hours, bringing to 473,667 the total number of cases of contamination in the Kingdom until Thursday at 6 p.m.
28 new deaths have been recorded in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths from the virus in the country to 8,351. 742 new cures were recorded, bringing the total number of people declared cured to 452,522.