Many of our current clients as well as potential travelers interested in traveling to Morocco have been asking about border closures, flights, and safety measures that have been established by Morocco government. Thanks to our direct line of communications with our partners and the Moroccan authorities to deliver us all the necessary information and give us access to many informational resources with real-time updates on travel restrictions due to Covid-19. Here is all that you need to know before traveling to Morocco:
What is the current Covid-19 situation in Morocco ?
Morocco was one of the leadest African countries to perfectly deal with the health world crisis. The health situation in Morocco has always been stable and under control with very low critical cases. Thanks to the government that led a well planned strategy to stop spreading the virus and started its vaccination campaign at the end of January and succeeded in vaccinating more than 5 millions of its citizens. To follow more on the current Covid-19 situation in Morocco check this link http://www.covidmaroc.ma/
What are the steps to follow before coming to Morocco ?
Morocco’s borders are open to business visitors and should have an invitation from a Moroccan company with a confirmed hotel reservation must include the traveler’s full name and passport number, the length of stay in the country and the purpose of visit as well as a PCR test, it must be less than 72 hours prior to the flight day.
Tourists not subject to Visa have to show a confirmed hotel/riad reservation in a classified tourist establishment.
In order to know from which countries you can come to Morocco and with which airlines we advise you to check the official websites of airline companies for more information on flights and if you are a tourist the Moroccan National Tourism Office website is where you can find all the necessary information you need for your trip.
What are the sanitary measurements to follow while you’re in Morocco ?
Morocco recommends to its citizens and visitors to respect all the health measurements suggested by the World Health Organization (WHO) for everyone’s health and safety. Therefore it’s necessary to:
✓ Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or apply a sanitizer.
✓ Cough or sneeze on your elbow or a single-use tissue and dispose of it in a garbage can.
✓ Maintain at least a distance of 1.5m between yourself and others.
✓ Always wear a mask especially in closed places
✓ Avoid any physical contact with others.
✓ The Moroccan law applies a fine of 300 MAD for those who refuse to wear a mask.
In case of contamination there are many public and private hospital centers that have been deployed to take care of infected citizens as well as tourists and remain at the service of everyone.
It is advisable to download Wiqaytna (our safety) an application put online by the Moroccan Ministry of Health to notify the person who’s in exposure to the Covid-19.