Vaccines | Morocco

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STRATEGY

For more information on the vaccination process in Morocco, please find below (by clicking on READ MORE), a collection of articles that gives a comprehensive overview of the different past and planned steps in the field of vaccination against COVID-19 in Morocco.


FAQ: Vaccines in Morocco

February 02, 2021 - A list of Frequently asked questions and their answers, about the vaccines used in Morocco, how to get an appointment to get vaccinated, and further information on post-vaccination.

Official launch of vaccination campaign next week (PR)

December 03, 2020 - Preparations for the vast vaccination operation are well underway. The Ministry of Health and its partners are working to put in place the necessary measures before the white coats are deployed and the appropriate logistics are put in place to meet the challenges of this unprecedented campaign, the success of which depends, to a large extent, on the cooperation of the population.

The AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine officially authorised by Morocco

December 03, 2020 - Preparations for the vast vaccination operation are well underway. The Ministry of Health and its partners are working to put in place the necessary measures before the white coats are deployed and the appropriate logistics are put in place to meet the challenges of this unprecedented campaign, the success of which depends, to a large extent, on the cooperation of the population.

Anti-COVID-19 vaccine, instructions for use for Moroccans

December 03, 2020 - Preparations for the vast vaccination operation are well underway. The Ministry of Health and its partners are working to put in place the necessary measures before the white coats are deployed and the appropriate logistics are put in place to meet the challenges of this unprecedented campaign, the success of which depends, to a large extent, on the cooperation of the population.

Morocco hopes to launch its vaccination campaign by the end of the year

December 02, 2020 - After opting for the Chinese Sinopharm and British AstraZeneca vaccines, Morocco hopes to launch a campaign by the end of the year to immunise some 20 million adults in three months, raising expectations, worries and rumours in this country hit hard by the health crisis.

Some 3,000 vaccination centres deployed in Morocco

November 28, 2020 – Within the framework of the national vaccination campaign against COVID-19, the Minister of Health Khalid Ait Taleb, mentioned on Monday, some 2888 stations dedicated to this operation.

Russia promotes ‘Sputnik’ in Morocco

November 27, 2020 – After China, Morocco is approaching Russia. The Russian vaccine against COVID-19, Sputnik-V, will also be offered on the national market. A meeting has just taken place between the Minister of Health and Russian officials in the presence of the Russian Federation's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Kingdom of Morocco, Valerian Vladimirovitch Shuvaev.
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EFFICACY

For more information on the efficacy of potential vaccines, please find below (by clicking on READ MORE), a collection of articles on topics such as the results of clinical trials in Morocco and the different rates of efficacy of different vaccines. This collection of articles provides a comprehensive overview of vaccines of interest to Morocco that could be administered to Moroccans in the coming months.


AstraZeneca’s vaccine ordered by Morocco is 70% effective

November 23, 2020 – Good news for Morocco, which has placed an order to acquire the vaccine developed by pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca. The Anglo-Swedish drug manufacturer, which collaborates with Oxford University in Britain, announced on Monday that its coronavirus vaccine is 70% effective.

Anti COVID-19 vaccine in Morocco – “Very positive” results

November 18, 2020 - The Moroccan Minister of Health, Khalid Ait Taleb, said Tuesday in Rabat that the results of clinical trials involving 600 Moroccan volunteers were "very positive", and that they reveal the safety, efficacy and immunity of the expected vaccine anti-Covid 19.
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