Coronavirus: Moroccan Health Ministry to pay health workers for risks

Doctors, nurses and other medical staff who treat coronavirus patients will be paid for the risk they are exposed to, a health ministry source told Moroccan media.

The ministry has confirmed to different health system unions that they will pay the family of the doctor who lost her life due to a coronavirus infection as she fell sick while performing her job, the source told Hespress.

The move would reassure health workers exposing themselves to the risk of contagion, a source from the public sector doctors’ union said.

The doctor has spent 30 years as treating people in Casablanca before succumbing to the coronavirus last week.

Total coronavirus cases rose in Morocco to 1527, including 110 deaths and 141 recoveries as of this Saturday at 10 a.m.

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