MOROCCO. International flights to resume 7 February.
Starting on February 7, 2022, international flights to Morocco will be allowed to resume and travelers, under certain conditions, will have access to Moroccan territory if they have a vaccination pass and a negative PCR test at least 48 hours before the date of entry to Moroccan territory.
Travellers up to 6 years of age are exempt. From the age of 6 years onwards, PCR 48 hours prior to boarding must be presented. From the age of 12 years and older, the vaccination certificate + PCR 48 hours prior to boarding.
What are the steps to be taken by travelers to come to Morocco?
- Travelers to Morocco must present a vaccination pass and a negative PCR test result less than 48 hours old before boarding the plane.
- Travellers up to 6 years of age are exempt. From the age of 6 years onwards, PCR 48 hours prior to boarding must be presented. From the age of 12 years and older, the vaccination certificate + PCR 48 hours prior to boarding.
- Upon arrival at airports, they will be screened by rapid tests. Random PCR tests will also be conducted for several groups of travelers and results will be communicated at a later date.
- Within 48 hours of entering the country, some travelers will be required to take an additional test at the hotel or residence center.
If the tests are positive, other preventive measures will be implemented.
- Complete a «Public Health Passenger Form» prior to departure available here. The form must be printed out and presented upon arrival.
The vaccines accepted in Morocco are AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sputnik, Pfizer/BioNtech, Jansen (Johnson & Johnson), Covishield (Serum Institute of India), Moderna Sinovac.
What measures are implemented in case of positive cases?
There are two types of positive cases: normal cases and difficult and critical cases.
- The people who are positive after their arrival with normal diagnosis are obliged to observe a sanitary confinement in their place of residence with a careful follow-up.
- Difficult cases are transferred directly to specialized hospitals for treatment.
Country requirements are constantly changing, so it is recommended to consult the official websites of the competent governmental authorities in the country of destination.