Entry and borders
The Moroccan Government has announced the reopening of borders for commercial flights into and out of Morocco from 7 February.
What are the steps to be taken by travelers to come to Morocco?
Passengers travelling to Morocco must present:
A valid vaccination pass
Negative PCR test result less than 72 hours old before boarding the plane.
It should be noted that all vaccine passes issued by other countries are accepted as long as they are valid in their country of emission.
Before boarding, passengers must present a health form, duly completed including the passengers address and two telephone numbers to locate them during their stay.
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.
If the tests are positive, other preventive measures will be implemented.
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 will have to observe a sanitary confinement in their place of residence with a careful follow-up. As for difficult cases, they will be taken care of in hospitals, public or private, according to the national protocol in application.
What are the entry requirements to Morocco for children?
There are no entry requirements for children under 12 years of age.
What are the sanitary measures to be respected?
As part of the fight against the spread of Covid-19 pandemic, Morocco ensures the application of health measures recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) for safety and health of everyone.
For your safety and safety of others during your stay in Morocco, it is necessary to:
- Wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds with soap or a hydro-alcoholic solution.
- Cough or sneeze into your elbow or into a single-use handkerchief and dispose of it in a garbage can.
- Maintain a distance of 1.5m with your interlocutor.
- Avoid hand gestures, hugs and kisses and make sure the mask is worn.
- Take all precautions when going out.
Useful numbers during your stay
During your stay, you must adopt barrier gestures to protect yourself and others. However, once you arrive in Morocco, several numbers are available to citizens and travelers for advice, assistance, security and emergency.
A list of embassies and consulates in Morocco is also at your disposal for any information, request for documents or to benefit from consular services.
source: Moroccan National Tourism Office