Coronavirus speeds up digitalization of Moroccan administration

The advent of coronavirus has pushed many administrations to ask their staff to work from home and asked citizens to seek services online.

Moroccan courts said citizens can seek information or documents on its website, while the education ministry closed all classes and offered courses on the internet and through the national television.

The central bank and the health ministry are offering news conferences aired live on their social media platforms.

Many other private companies asked their staff to work from home to avoid the risk of contagion.

Morocco’s banks have advanced online platforms in which clients can check and proceed to transactions.

So far, Morocco confirmed 28 cases, including Transport and Logistics Minister. All other cabinet members tested negative to the virus.

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