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Since June 15, 2021, flights have resumed with a classification into two lists (A and B) that may evolve. Countries on List A include those with community transmission of a new variant other than the alpha variant (currently predominant in Morocco), countries for which data on the epidemiological situation and genomic surveillance are not available, and any other country for which there are arguments in favor of a deterioration in the epidemiological situation. Entry conditions may be different depending on which list your country belongs to. It is recommended to inquire with the competent authorities and to follow the current health recommendations for travelers entering Morocco.
Countries on List B are all countries and territories for which data on the epidemiological situation, including the circulation of new variants, are available, and where the epidemiological situation is under control. Entry conditions may be different depending on which list your country belongs to. It is recommended to inquire with the competent authorities and to follow the current health recommendations for travelers entering Morocco.
The health protocol measures for travelers coming from countries on List A involve the maintenance of the suspension of links, except for exceptional authorizations granted by consular services. In this case, travelers must present a negative PCR test dated no more than 48 hours before boarding. In addition, they must undergo a controlled quarantine of 10 days, at their own expense, in structures designated by local authorities. Finally, a control PCR test must be carried out on the 9th day of quarantine.
These health protocol measures also apply to travelers coming from countries on List B. They must provide proof of complete vaccination or a negative PCR test dated less than 48 hours if they are not fully vaccinated. In addition, they must fill out a passenger health form before boarding, which contains their contact information for the 10 days following their arrival.
It is important to note that the vaccination certificate is considered