Coronavirus: Moroccan News Agency Activates Remote Work System for Staff

Rabat – Journalist and non-journalist staff of of the Moroccan News Agency (MAP) will start as of this Monday to work remotely, as part of precautionary measures aimed at stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).

The agency has already the necessary system and logistical equipment to implement this type of work, which aims mainly to avoid the spread of the virus among employees and their family members.

This decision, which takes place following consultation with the Agency’s occupational doctor, is in line with the decisions and recommendations announced this week by the Moroccan government and the relevant authorities to fight the pandemic.

It concerns people with specific health needs, pregnant and lactating women, that is 41 people as well as people whose spouses work in hospitals.

The decision also concerns people whose children are under the age of 16 (253 people). The staff at the agency’s regional and international poles are concerned in a bid to reduce staff exposure.

The agency’s manegement calls on staff to implement the precautionary measures issued by public authorities and to be vigilant.

Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse

Coronavirus: Moroccan News Agency Activates Remote Work System for Staff

Rabat – Journalist and non-journalist staff of of the Moroccan News Agency (MAP) will start as of this Monday to work remotely, as part of precautionary measures aimed at stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).

The agency has already the necessary system and logistical equipment to implement this type of work, which aims mainly to avoid the spread of the virus among employees and their family members.

This decision, which takes place following consultation with the Agency’s occupational doctor, is in line with the decisions and recommendations announced this week by the Moroccan government and the relevant authorities to fight the pandemic.

It concerns people with specific health needs, pregnant and lactating women, that is 41 people as well as people whose spouses work in hospitals.

The decision also concerns people whose children are under the age of 16 (253 people). The staff at the agency’s regional and international poles are concerned in a bid to reduce staff exposure.

The agency’s manegement calls on staff to implement the precautionary measures issued by public authorities and to be vigilant.

Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse