Morocco’s Moroccans Are Waking Up to Moroccan Oil Spray
Morocco’s Moroccan oil company is starting to offer its customers the chance to spray it with a chemical oil spray to combat the growing problem of coronavirus.
In a video on Moroccan TV, the company explains how they’re making it easier for its customers to get their hands on the spray, called Morocco Oil Spray, in hopes of slowing the spread of the coronaviruses.
“The oil spray can be used in a variety of ways, such as for washing your hands, for cleaning your face, for cooking, and for disinfecting the area,” the company said in the video.
“In addition, it can be applied on the skin to help reduce the risk of skin cancer.”
Morocco is also introducing a new way to use the oil spray: in a bid to combat COVID-19, a coronaviral infection that can cause pneumonia, diarrhea, fever and loss of appetite.
The company has been testing the oil-spray for months, but has only been rolling it out to the population.
“This oil spray is the first to be distributed in Morocco,” the Moroccan oil ministry said in a statement on its website on Tuesday.
“This spray can reduce the spread and spread of COVID and reduce the incidence of COV-19 in the country,” the statement said.
“It can also help in treating the symptoms of COVA-19 and prevent its spread.
The oil spray will be available for purchase from 1 December 2019.”
The oil ministry added that the oil is safe for use and can be reused, but that people should not use the spray on the face.
The Moroccan government also said that the spray is not a vaccine.
Moroccan officials are working to vaccinate people and provide additional information on how to take the oil.
While the Moroccan government has said that there’s a limited amount of COH-19 vaccines available, the government has not said when or how it plans to distribute them.
Calls to the Moroccan Embassy in Washington DC were not immediately returned.