Un avion de la compagnie Royal Air Maroc.

Air borders will reopen from June 15th

In recent days, the kingdom has eased several restrictions related to Covid-19.

On Sunday, Morocco announced the reopening.gradualAir borders as of June 15, after months of suspension with about fifty countries, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Two lists of countries have been drawn up with different access rules: List A “All countries with positive indicators” Including those of the European Union while List B relates to 74 countries with “The prevalence of variables or the lack of accurate statistics on the epidemiological situation”These include India, Algeria, Argentina and South Africa, according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Travelers arriving from List A countries, whether Moroccan or not, must have a certificate of vaccination and/or a negative PCR result for less than 48 hours. Those from List B countries must have Exceptional Permits, a negative PCR test for less than 48 hours and be subject to 10-day medical isolation once they arrive. The statement said the lists would be updated “regularly, at least twice a month, as needed.”

In recent days, the Kingdom has eased several restrictions related to Covid-19: implementing a vaccination permit allowing travel abroad, movement without restrictions at the national level and beyond the last night curfew from 8 pm until 11 pm or even after the opening. Number of restaurants (11 pm). The authorities also allowed the resumption of collective prayer. Cinemas and theaters as well as public swimming pools have reopened again, nearly fifteen months after they were closed.

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The country has officially recorded 521,426 cases of infection, including 9,178 deaths, since the beginning of the epidemic. More than 9 million people have been vaccinated, including 5.8 million with two injections, according to the latest report.

In addition, Moroccans residing abroad will be able to return from June 15 to Morocco by sea, from the ports of Sete in France and Genoa in Italy, with a negative PCR test on board and another carried out on the edge.

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