600 stranded Moroccans arrive Tuesday in Agadir

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600 Moroccans stranded abroad returned to the kingdom on Tuesday via the Agadir-Al Massira airport as part of a repatriation operation organized by the Moroccan authorities.

This operation brought people suffering from chronic illnesses, tourists in precarious situations, in addition to children and infants.

Three Royal Air Maroc (RAM) flights from Dubai, Brussels and Paris landed at the Agadir-Al Massira international airport, each carrying between 150 and 290 passengers.

Upon their arrival at the airport, the returnees were transported to hotels in Agadir to undergo coronavirus tests and observe a nine-day quarantine.

Hundreds of Moroccans stranded abroad have returned to Morocco on several flights from Algeria, Andalusia, Madrid, Barcelona and the Canary Islands, as well as Istanbul. These repatriation operations will continue and will soon cover other regions and countries.

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