Al Haouz Earthquake: HM King Mohammed VI Visits Injured, Donates Blood

On the afternoon of September 12, His Majesty King Mohammed VI, may Allah assist Him, visited Mohammed VI University Hospital in Marrakech, where His Majesty checked on the injured victims of the devastating earthquake that struck several provinces of the Kingdom on September 8, causing significant human and material losses.

His Majesty the King visited the intensive care unit and the hospitalization department for earthquake victims, where the Sovereign was briefed on the health condition of the injured and the treatment they were receiving from the medical teams mobilized to help overcome this major natural tremor.

This Royal initiative of great moral support to the injured and their families further consolidates the numerous initiatives and measures undertaken, per the High Royal Directives, to rescue, assist, and accompany the victims of Al Haouz earthquake.

A total of 2,171 injured people were admitted to several hospitals in the Marrakech-Safi region, including 484 major injuries and 1,570 minor injuries. 248 people are still hospitalized.

His Majesty the King also made a blood donation, a powerful gesture that testifies to the Royal benevolence and expresses the Sovereign’s full solidarity and compassion for the victims and their grieving families.

His Majesty the King’s visit to Mohammed VI University Hospital is a testament to the Sovereign’s High concern for the victims of Al Haouz earthquake and reaffirms the strong bond that unites His Majesty the King and His people in times of hardship and misfortune, enabling the Kingdom to manage current crises and prepare for the future with optimism and determination.

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