Morocco is since February 16, on France’s green list, due to the “negligible or moderate virus circulation and no emerging variants of concern“.
France has thus shared the rules to be respected for travel to and from the countries “ green », . These are the countries of the European area (Member States of the European Union as well as Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican, explains a note from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Added to the green list are other countries such as Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Honduras, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Kuwait, New Zealand, Qatar, Rwanda, Senegal, Taiwan and Vanuatu, specifies the same note valid on February 12, before Morocco goes to the green list on February 16.
Under the health regulations put in place as part of the fight against Covid-19, the French government has announced that travelers to metropolitan France from a country ” green “ will necessarily have to present proof of complete vaccination, in addition to the documents usually required (example: passport, visa).
For non-vaccinated people coming from a country ” green » to France, they must present the negative result of a PCR test less than 72 hours old or an antigen test less than 48 hours old or a recovery certificate (positive result of a PCR or antigen test carried out more than eleven days and less than 6 months previously. This certificate is valid only for a period of six months from the date of the examination or test.) which is necessary, in addition to the documents usually required.
Given the health situation in the overseas territories, the same source specifies that these rules may vary in the overseas departments and territories. Travelers are therefore invited to consult the websites of the prefectures and High Commissions concerned.