Morocco has taken efficient measures to avert Ebola virus, World Health Organisation

Morocco has taken efficient  measures to avert  the Ebola virus which claimed nearly 5,000 victims in Africa, said, on Monday  in Marrakech, World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean, Ala Alwan.

In a statement to the press on the sidelines of the 9th conference of the  International Association of National Public Health Institutes (IANPHI), held  on November 2-4 in Marrakech, Alwan underlined the plan set up in Morocco, as well as the series of preventive measures taken by the Moroccan authorities to  prevent the virus from accessing the Kingdom.

"I had the occasion, accompanied by health minister El Houssaine Louardi, to get informed about these measures at the Casablanca Mohammed V airport upon my  arrival at the Kingdom to take part in the conference," said the UN official,  highlighting the close cooperation between the World Health Organisation and  the Moroccan health ministry.

He added that WHO took several initiatives for the MENA region, in  collaboration with countries in the region as Morocco to reinforce the  competences of health professionals.


The Consulate General of the Kingdom of Morocco in London has the pleasure to inform the Moroccan nationals living in the UK and Northern Ireland that the Moroccan Home Office, has recently launched a new website dedicated to the Electronic Moroccan ID card.

To visit the site, kindly go to:   

The site offers three main services which are:

  1. To explain the procedure on how to obtain an Electronic ID card
  2. Technical support to enable you trace the progress of your application 
  3.  Offers information and support for the disabled, elderly and others with specific needs and who are unable to attend the Consulate in person.

For those described at n°3, they can complete an online application under category special cases. Once disability is established, an ID officer from the Consulate will arrange a mutually convenient time to visit and complete all formalities needed.

Should you need any further explanation on this notice, please do not hesitate to call our enquiry line on: 075 63 92 89 49





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