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Morocco
Updated on 04 Aug 2022

Considering that each country's COVID-19 entry regulations may change at any time, and that each destination has its own specific procedures, please always confirm the information in TIMATIC in your GDS, IATA TRAVEL CENTER, SHERPA or with official government agencies of the destination country.

Please be advised that it is the responsibility of the passenger to comply with all government policies and entry requirements and failure to comply may result in denied boarding for the flight or entry to the destination.

PUBLIC HEALTH PASSENGER FORM

All passengers, upon arrival in Morocco will be required to present the "Passenger Health For m". This form must be completed digitally and printed out and handed over to the designated authorities at the Moroccan airport of destination. Click here to access the form.

MOROCCO ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
 
VACCINATION CERTIFICAT / TESTS

Upon arrival in Morocco, all passengers (ages 12 and up) must present: 

  • COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate: the certificate is valid when it proves the administration of three doses or, in its absence, two doses with the delay in the administration of the 2nd not exceeding 4 months. With the exception of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, in which a single dose is equivalent to 2 doses of the other vaccines). Read more here

OR

  • Negative PCR test performed not more than 72 hours before departure

Passengers may be randomly selected to have a rapid test for COVID-19 performed upon arrival in Morocco.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - CHILDREN:
  • There are no entry requirements for children under 12 years of age.
  • For children aged 12 to 18: the vaccination certificate is only valid when it states two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

 

QUARANTINE

MEASURES FOR THE POSITIVE CASES  

There are two types of positive cases:

  • Normal cases: people with a positive result after their arrival with normal diagnosis are obliged to observe a sanitary confinement in their place of residence with a careful follow-up.
  • Difficult and critical cases: Difficult cases are transferred directly to specialized hospitals for treatment.
Additional information: Find all the security measures adopted in Morocco to guarantee your customers a good stay - HERE

 

USEFUL LINKS

List of embassies and consulates in Morocco

Moroccan Ministry of Tourism

Coronavirus Passenger information

 

 

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