Morocco: Passengers from Spain and France Exceptionally Exempted From PCR Testing

As of today, Tuesday, March 30th, Royal Air Maroc announced that it decided, exceptionally, to enable travelers from Spain and France heading to Morocco to travel without the need for PCR testing.

As of today, Tuesday, March 30th, Royal Air Maroc announced that it decided, exceptionally, to enable travelers from Spain and France heading to Morocco to travel without the need for PCR testing.

The royal plan shared via Twitter stated that the Moroccan Ministry of Health will undertake laboratory tests for all travelers upon their arrival directly at Moroccan airports.

Yesterday, Moroccan authorities decided to suspend flights to and from France and Spain, due to the outbreak of Covid-19 and the mutated strains.

Government sources confirmed that the decision to suspend flights includes all commercial aviation companies, and will take effect from today, Tuesday, March 30th.

It is reported that Morocco has suspended flights with 37 countries due to the continuing repercussions of the virus, and for fear of mutated strains infiltrating the country.

In a related context, the government decided to extend precautionary measures that were approved on January 13th, 2021, for an additional two weeks, starting on Tuesday, March 30th, 2021, at 9 P.M.

A government communiqué stated that this decision follows the recommendations of the Scientific and Technical Committee in charge of developing the national strategy for vaccination against “SARS-Cov-2″on the necessity to continue the necessary measures to confront the outbreak of Covid-19.

This decision came as a result of the development of this epidemic at the global level, with the emergence of new strains, and within the framework of continuous efforts to contain the spread of the pandemic and limit its negative repercussions.

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