International flights from and to Morocco, starting June 15th

International flights to Morocco have resumed since June 15, 2021. Travelers have access to Moroccan territory, under certain conditions, if they have a vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test at least 48 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.

What are the steps to follow for travelers from A-list countries?

The classification of countries into two lists was made following studies established by the scientific committee of the Ministry of Health to evaluate the epidemiological situation of each country. The A list includes all countries that can access Morocco and to which it is possible to travel.

Travelers from list A countries present a vaccination pass or certificate of vaccination to enter Morocco. The vaccines authorized in Morocco are : AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sputnik, Pfizer/BioNTech, Janssen, Covishield, Moderna, Sinovac.

For people who could not be vaccinated or fully vaccinated, they must have a negative PCR test on boarding not older than 72 hours. Both types of travelers must complete and sign the health form.

Children under 11 years of age are exempt from PCR screening.

What about maritime borders?

The operation "Marhaba 2021" will take place from the same maritime transit points of last year, namely Genoa in Italy and Sete and Marseille in France in accordance with the sanitary conditions mentioned above, while specifying that in addition to the PCR test presented at the time of embarkation, the travelers will carry out another test on board and this to ensure the maximum sanitary safety for them and for their relatives.

What are the steps to be taken by travelers from B-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.

Tourists coming from list B countries are classified in two categories. Vaccinated travelers or holders of a certificate attesting that the person is vaccinated with one of the vaccines accepted in Morocco are exempted from quarantine and must present only a negative PCR test dated less than 48 hours and a health form completed and signed before boarding.

Unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated persons must observe a 10-day controlled quarantine by presenting a negative PCR test less than 48 hours old, a completed and signed health form, a completed and signed declaration of honor for a 10-day confinement and a voucher confirming this confinement in one of the hotels previously designated by the Moroccan authorities. A PCR test is mandatory on the 9th day.

For Moroccan passengers and members of their families and foreigners residents in Morocco who have not been vaccinated or are incompletely vaccinated: self-isolation at home for 5 days is mandatory, with a screening test (rapid antigenic or PCR) on the 5th day. Children under the age of 11 are exempt from PCR testing.

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.

Official communiqué on entry requirements and documents to be provided

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What is the Covid-19 health situation in Morocco?

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the health situation in Morocco has always been stable with low critical cases.

For more information on the covid-19 health situation in Morocco, click on the following link: : http://www.covidmaroc.ma/

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.

Several hospital centers have been deployed to take care of the infected people and to remain attentive and at the service of citizens and tourists.

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.

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Stay safely in Morocco

It is best to find out about the restrictions in each country before planning your trip. In Morocco, a state of health emergency is always applied to ensure the safety of citizens and travelers.

Find below the measures adopted by the tourist services in Morocco and intended to guarantee you a nice stay:

Cafés and restaurants

Cafes and restaurants are open while respecting some sanitary measures. You must always wear your mask at the entrance and every time you get up to move around. At the entrance, your temperature is checked, and you are invited to disinfect your hands. To ensure the safety of all clients, the entrance and exit routes are separate.

Beaches, resorts and wellness centers

Private bathing establishments have also made several efforts to guarantee the health of all their customers. The general health protocol being followed, body temperature is checked at the entrance and hand disinfection is required. In the case of the wellness centers, the entry and exit routes are separated. Respect of social distancing is recommended, and the wearing of masks is mandatory in common areas. In order to fully enjoy these activities, it is advisable to follow all the guidelines mentioned at the reception area of these establishments and to inquire in advance by telephone. Public beaches are open.

Hotels and accommodation facilities

A reservation is mandatory to fully enjoy your stay in hotels, resorts, riads and all classified accommodation structures. To ensure the health and safety of all travelers, the Ministry of Tourism, Handicrafts, Air Transport and Social Economy grants the "Welcome Safely" certification testifying to the compliance of these tourist accommodation establishments with the control protocols of Covid-19 in Morocco.

Within these establishments, the wearing of a mask is mandatory in the reception rooms, the restaurant areas and any other common room. It should also be noted that body temperature is taken upon entry and hand disinfection may also be required. The respect of social distancing measures and hygiene rules is also required.

Museums and cultural sites

Museums and cultural places are currently open. When they reopen, temperature will be checked, followed by hand disinfection. As the entrance and exit routes are separated, the safety distance will have to be respected in case of waiting. Inside these establishments, it would be preferable to avoid touching objects and to follow the indicated and signaled routes. Wearing a mask is mandatory.

Cinemas and Theatres

Cinemas and theaters are open. All arrangements will be made to protect your health and safety: a marked and indicated route, a temperature reading at the entrance, hand disinfection and numbered and separate seats to keep a safe distance. It should be noted that wearing a mask is mandatory to attend shows in cinemas and theaters.

Natural parks, green spaces and playgrounds

In playgrounds, green spaces and public nature parks, regular disinfection of your hands is recommended. Wearing a mask is mandatory. A physical distance of at least one meter is recommended. In private areas, a temperature reading, and hand disinfection is mandatory at the entrance, as well as the wearing of a mask.

Shops and commercial activities

In shops, boutiques, shopping malls and local stores, it is mandatory to wear your mask to protect yourself and others. It is brought to your attention that at the entrance of each store, sanitizers are available to customers, as well as thermal scanners for checking body temperature. As the number of customers is limited in these areas, it is compulsory to respect the safety distance in queuing.

Tourist guides

Tour guides will be provided with a hygiene kit and disinfected audio equipment before and after each visit. Wearing a mask is obligatory during the entire visit. It is mandatory to respect the rules of social distancing and to disinfect your hands after each contact.

Means of transport

To move freely in Morocco, several means of transportation are available: cabs, buses, streetcars, trains, coaches and rental cars.

To ensure your safety on public transportation, it is mandatory to wear a mask, maintain a safe distance from other passengers, and sit in the seats reserved for you.

If you decide to travel by car, wearing a mask becomes mandatory if you are accompanied.