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8 people died and around 80 others were injured after drinking homemade alcoholic beverages



8 people died and around 80 others were injured after drinking homemade alcoholic beverages

Eight people died, while more than 80 others were hospitalized for treatment in the Sidi Allal Tazi area, north of Rabat, after suffering from poisoning following the consumption of alcoholic beverages containing methanol, according to what the Moroccan Ministry of Health reported. Wednesday. Homemade alcoholic beverages caused the deaths of seven people in the central Moroccan city of Meknes last year, and 19 deaths in the northern Moroccan city of Ksar El-Kebir in 2022.

Cause Homemade alcoholic drinks Eight people died and dozens were transferred to hospitals for treatment in Morocco. According to a press release from the Regional Health Directorate, on Wednesday, “serious complications of poisoning” led to the death of eight people in the region of Sidi Allal Tazi, located 100 kilometers north of… Rabat.

The statement added that more than 100 people in the region were poisoned between Monday and Wednesday following the consumption of alcohol containing methanol, and 81 of them are still under medical observation.

Authorities announced that they had identified two suspects, aged 21 and 41, as those responsible for alcohol smuggling and who were among those hospitalized.

Homemade alcoholic beverages caused the deaths of seven people in the central Moroccan city of Meknes last year and 19 deaths in the northern Moroccan city of Ksar El-Kebir. Morocco Year 2022.

Moroccan law prohibits the sale of alcohol to Muslims, who make up 99% of the country’s population. But alcoholic beverages can easily be found in bars, restaurants or even stores licensed to sell alcohol and displayed behind opaque windows and thick curtains.

France 24/AFP

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