What concerns me most about this madness:
“Moroccans are usually a very warm, friendly, welcoming nation. It is not uncommon for foreigners to be approached on the streets or even to get invitations to lunches with Moroccan families.
At the beginning of March, nothing seemed different than the friendly normal. But as it was becoming clear that the situation is serious, some foreigners reported being treated differently and even harassed.
“The atmosphere is different,” said a French national. “There is less happiness on the streets these days.”
During the days following the lockdown, some Moroccans treated every foreigner as carrying a highly contagious, deadly disease, covering their faces with pieces of clothing and moving as far away as possible.” –Source