Rabat- According to the National Meteorological Directorate (DMN), scorching hot weather is expected to last until Tuesday in various regions of the kingdom. Following this forecast, the Ministry of Health warned about the health effects that could arise with the increased temperatures.
The ministry advised all citizens to stay hydrated by drinking enough water, avoiding excessive physical exertion or staying too long under the sun, especially in the eastern, central and southern provinces.
Moreover, the ministry stated that it has taken emergency action plans to treat health problems that could befall citizens with the rise of temperatures.
The ministry insists that it is necessary to consult a doctor if one notices symptoms such as paleness, fever, nausea and headaches.
Temperatures will vary between 42-45 on Tuesday in Marrakech, Agadir, Inezgane, Shtouka-Ait Baha, Tiznit, Sidi-Ifni, Tan-Tan, Guelmim, Zagora, Errachidia, Figuig, Taounate, Khenifra, Khouribga, Settat, Fquih-Bensaleh, Beni-Mellal, Kelaa-Sraghna, Rehamna and Youssoufia.