New in the conditions of access to Morocco after the resumption of flights scheduled for June 15. According to a new health protocol published this Friday, June 11 by the Ministry of Health.
It follows from the new protocol that:
Vaccinated travelers arriving from list A:
They must justify a vaccination pass OR a certificate stating that the person is fully vaccinated. The test is therefore no longer required, as was notified in the MAE press release of 6 June.
However, people who could not be vaccinated or not fully vaccinated must produce a negative PCR test of less than 48 hours upon boarding.
Likewise, a passenger health card, to be downloaded online before boarding or distributed on board the aircraft or ship, must be duly completed, with particular mention of the passenger’s address and two telephone numbers allowing locating him, if necessary, during the 10 days following his arrival on the national territory is also required for people vaccinated or not.
Passengers from list B:
They must provide:
-An exceptional authorization granted by the consular services
-A negative PCR test on boarding less than 48 hours
– A controlled quarantine of 10 days, at the expense of the person concerned in structures previously designated by the local authorities;
-A control PCR test on the 9th day.
As a reminder, Morocco announced on June 6 the resumption of flights to and from the Kingdom on June 15 with exceptional authorizations.
A press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had specified that this decision comes within the framework of the gradual reduction in restrictive measures initiated by the Kingdom, the epidemiological indicators being green in the Kingdom, with the drop in cases and the good progress of the vaccination campaign, but also to allow people wishing to travel abroad or to return to Morocco, in particular the MRE.