Morocco faces a race against time to save those trapped under the rubble by Friday’s earthquake, as emergency services battle to supply remote areas.
Villagers continue to dig by hand and shovel to find survivors, as response teams struggle to bring in machinery.
Those same tools may now be needed to prepare graves for some of the thousands killed in the quake.
Friday’s earthquake, the country’s deadliest in 60 years, struck below a remote cluster of mountainous villages south of Marrakesh.
The government reported that at least 2,122 people were killed and more than 2,421 injured, many critically.