From September the 30th, 2022, the Government of Morocco has lifted the majority of its travel restrictions, thus making both the entry and stay in the Country easier. However, a state of emergency is in place, and it allows the Government to introduce new restrictive measures with short notice. Moreover, the Government still recommends caution and social responsibility, following the appropriate health protocols when traveling.
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From the 30th of September 2022, the Government of Morocco has removed most of its travel restrictions nationally. As a result, no Covid-19 mandatory requirement is imposed on travelers coming to Morocco. Therefore, entry is allowed to both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers from all Countries. Also transit is free from any restrictions.
However, a travel ban is in force for travelers coming from China, who are forbidden to enter Morocco. Moreover, travelers must still fill in a form when entering the Country and comply with the requirements of their final destination when transiting through Morocco. Finally, the Moroccan Government may still introduce measures with short notice, as long as the state of emergency is in place.
From the 30th of September 2022, travelers no longer need to submit any covid-19 or vaccination certificate, regardless of their vaccination status. Moreover, they do not need to get a test or to undergo quarantine once arrived in Morocco.
However, the Government of Morocco may still introduce measures with short to no notice, as long as the state of emergency is in place.
Travelers arriving in Morocco must download, print and fill in a passenger health form before arrival. Travellers must show this form to the Authorities once arrived in Morocco.
Since the 20th of March 2020, the Moroccan Government has established a state of emergency. Its validity is updated monthly and allows the Government to introduce new restrictive measures with short to no notice.
At the moment, there is no need to submit a vaccination or test certificate to have access to working and public places. However, the Government still recommends caution and social responsibility while being in public places.
The use of face mask is mandatory in all public places, thus including indoor places, public transport, healthcare facilities and so on and so forth. Moreover, the Moroccan Government requires keeping a safe distance of at least 1 meter from others.
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