We are in the midst of a societal re-entry that is unfortunately clouded by the ever-present pandemic. But the hope for a return to normal life does not diminish. Meanwhile, several citizens organize their travel to and from Morocco. Here is everything you need to know about it.
First, it should be remembered that Morocco has divided the countries of the world into two lists. List A, for countries with a stable epidemiological situation, and List B for countries with an epidemiological situation of concern.
Foreign tourists, foreigners residing in Morocco, MRE and Moroccans residing in Morocco who come from a list A country and want to enter Morocco must therefore present a health card in addition to a vaccination card or a PCR test less than 72 hours old.
For the same profiles who want to enter Morocco from a country of list B, there are two scenarios. There are conditions for vaccinated persons. Conditions for non-vaccinated persons. For vaccinated persons, it is sufficient to present a health card + a vaccination certificate + a PCR test of less than 48 hours.
Non-vaccinated foreigners wishing to enter Morocco from a List B country must present a health card + a PCR test of less than 48 hours + an affidavit + a butcher justifying payment for 10 days' stay in a hotel designated by the authorities and a PCR control test on the ninth day of stay.
Moroccans and their family members or even non-vaccinated foreigners residing in Morocco who wish to enter the Kingdom from a List B country must present a health card + a PCR test of less than 48 hours + a sworn declaration for five days of self-isolation at home and a control test on the fifth day of isolation.
Conditions for leaving Morocco Foreign tourists in Morocco, foreigners residing in Morocco and MRE do not need a permit to leave Morocco for a List A country, regardless of whether they are vaccinated or not, provided they meet the conditions of the country of destination.
For Moroccans residing in Morocco who wish to leave the Kingdom for a List A country, there are two scenarios (vaccinated and unvaccinated). For vaccinated persons, in addition to the vaccination certificate, an exemption permit is required to leave the country. They must still meet the conditions of the country of destination and be vaccinated with vaccines approved in the country they are traveling to.
For unvaccinated individuals wishing to leave Morocco, an exemption is also required in addition to a PCR test of less than 48 hours.
This applies to foreign tourists in Morocco, foreign nationals residing in Morocco, and Schedule B MREs who wish to leave Morocco. For the latter, no permit is required, regardless of whether they are to be vaccinated or not. Of course, they must be confirmed under the conditions of the country of destination. However, for Moroccans residing in Morocco who wish to travel to a List B country, an exemption permit is required, regardless of whether they are vaccinated or not, and they must also meet the conditions of the destination country.