The death toll from the coronavirus rose Monday to 120 in Morocco, and two in Kuwait, according to health officials.

Morocco confirmed two more fatalities, raising the tally to 120, while the number of cases in the country reached 1,746, including 85 additional patients, while 196 recoveries have been registered so far, according to Rabat’s Health Ministry.

Morocco declared the medical emergency on March 19, and a lockdown till April 20.

The government has created a special fund of 10 billion dirhams ($1 billion) to cover expenses related to the rehabilitation of health infrastructure.

Kuwaiti Health Ministry announced its

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