Following the terrible earthquake that occurred on Friday night in Morocco, Belgium updated its travel advice website for the country.
But the warning only applies to the worst-affected areas. “Following the massive earthquake that hit the province of Al Haouz on the night of 8 September, travel to the area around Marrakech, Ouarzazate, Azilal, Chichaoua and Taroudant is strongly discouraged until further notice”, the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs states on its website.
According to the Belgian news agency Belga, about 630 Belgian residents are “currently believed to have registered through official channels as being in the region.” The hardest-hit regions covered by travel advisories are either the Atlas
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