What you need to know to travel to Morocco during the pandemic

Nov 26, 2021

What you need to know to travel to Morocco during the pandemic

Travelling to Morocco is possible under certain conditions. Two conditions apply vaccination pass or a negative PCR test at least 48 or 72 hours before the date of entry into Morocco. To implement this procedure, a classification of countries into two lists (A and B) has been adopted following the recommendations of the Ministry of Health.

Conditions for travelers from A-list countries

The A list includes all countries that can access Morocco.  Travelers from List A countries must present a certificate attesting that the person is fully vaccinated. They must also present, before boarding, a completed health form in which the passenger address is mentioned along with two contact numbers to locate the passenger. Once in the country, there are no more restrictions in place. Traveling around the country is completely allowed.

Upon arrival in the national territory, travelers on list A must undergo a systematic temperature check and another random check by rapid antigenic test.

Children under the age of 12 are exempt from vaccination certificate.

 

Conditions for travelers from A-list countries

List B countries are not included in the first list and are not affected by the relief measures available to List A countries. As the gradual opening of the borders is an evolving process, an update of these two lists is planned every two weeks.

Travelers from list B must present a certificate attesting that the person is fully vaccinated and a negative PCR test less than 48 hours old. They must also present, before boarding, a completed health card in which the passenger address is mentioned with two contact numbers allowing his location.

Children under the age of 6 are exempt from vaccinate certificate and PCR testing.

In case of a positive rapid antigen test on arrival of travelers from both lists?

Moroccans and foreigners residing in Morocco who test positive upon arrival in Morocco will be taken in charge by a health structure, with confinement of 10 days. Any other passenger testing positive on arrival will not be allowed to enter the country.

What about people in transit?

A person from country B in transit through a country must complete the 10-day isolation. However, if the person is in transit for more than 10 days in country A, he or she does not need isolation in Morocco.

 

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