The Moroccan government’s announcement of the abolition of the PCR test for access to Moroccan territory by air and sea had created confusion among international travelers. In this sense, the Ministry of Health and Social Protection (MSPS) wanted to provide details concerning the national health protocol for entry into Morocco.
In a press release published this Wednesday, May 18, the ministry *announced sanitary measures for the different points of entry into Morocco.
“As part of the updating of the national health protocol for international travel, and given the stabilization of the epidemiological situation of Covid-19 at the national and international level, the health measures for the various points of entry into Morocco now require the presentation of a valid SARS-Cov-2 vaccination passport, in accordance with the national vaccination protocol or the result of the PCR test not exceeding 72 hours”can we read on the press release.
The same source says “that a valid vaccine passport means the administration of three (3) doses or, failing that, two doses, the administration time of the 2nd of which does not exceed 4 months, with the exception of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, where a single dose is equivalent to 2 doses of the other vaccines”.
With regard to children under 12, they are exempt from any condition of access, continues the same source, which invites to consult the official website of the Ministry of Health and Social Protection www.sante.gov.ma as well as its social networks.