Covid-19: Morocco To Resume Flights Starting From June 15

According to a ministerial statement, holders of foreign vaccination certificates will benefit from the same privileges granted to holders of Moroccan vaccination certificates within the national territory.

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Moroccan authorities have decided to resume flights to and from the Kingdom starting on Tuesday, June 15, 2021, as these flights will take place within the framework of exceptional licenses given that the national airspace is still closed, and for this purpose, flights have been divided into two categories.

Category A: includes all countries that have positive indicators regarding the control of the epidemiological situation, and travelers coming from these countries, citizens of those countries or foreigners residing in them, can enter Moroccan territory if they hold a vaccination certificate and / or negative PCR test results of less than 48 hours from the date of entry into the national territory.

Category B: includes all countries not concerned with the mitigation measures mentioned in Category “A”, which suffer from the spread of new Covid-19 strains or the absence of accurate statistics on the epidemiological situation. In this case, travelers coming from these countries must obtain exceptional licenses before traveling, have a negative PCR test of less than 48 hours from the date of entering national territory, and then undergo a 10-day quarantine.

The statement adds that the countries included in categories “A” and “B” will be announced on a regular basis on the websites of the ministries in charge of foreign affairs, health and tourism. The lists of countries will be updated at least twice a month or, whenever necessary.

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