Travelers wishing to enter the kingdom of Morocco must have an up-to-date vaccination passport and a negative PCR test that is less than 48 hours. A rapid test is also planned for passengers upon arrival at Moroccan airports. This is the health protocol adopted by the government after the borders reopen on February 7, 2022.
The government announced a series of measures and regulations to ensure the implementation of its decision to reopen the borders for flights to and from Morocco. These are as follows:
- A vaccination passport and a negative PCR test that was taken less than 48 hours must be presented by all passengers before boarding the plane.
- Rapid tests for passengers on arrival at the Kingdom’s airports.
- PCR testing of random groups of travelers on arrival. The latter will be informed of the results at a later date. In this context, all the necessary equipment and human, health, security, and administrative resources will be made available to ensure the success of these operations.
- The possibility of performing an additional test at the tourists’ hotel or place of stay 48 hours after their entry into the national territory.
- The implementation of specific measures for positive cases.
- Quarantine must be observed at the place of residence.
- Transfer of difficult and critical positive cases to hospitals for necessary treatment.
These measures were taken in accordance with the legal provisions on health emergency management and based on the recommendations of the technical committee set up for this purpose, the government said in a statement.