Here you can find the current Corona information for travelling to Morocco

General information

In Morocco, there is currently a 23-5 curfew in place. Cafés and restaurants, as well as public transport, are allowed to operate at 50% capacity. And there is a general mask mandate everywhere outside your home/hotel room. The only exception is in cafés and restaurants.

Also, officially, you need to be fully vaccinated to be allowed into any buildings, public transport, etc. This seems to be enforced only with the Moroccan population, not tourists. But, it could change at any time, so we advise to only come to Morocco if you are fully vaccinated. Proof of vaccination needs to be in the form of a QR code, the European apps are sufficient.

That being said, non of this is really enforced anywhere at the moment.

Entry requirements

Morocco has split the world into two lists, A and B.

From A list countries, you need to either be fully vaccinated or have a negative PCR test from within 72 hours of boarding your flight to Morocco.

From B list countries, you need to be fully vaccinated and have a negative PCR test from within 48 hours of boarding your flight to Morocco. If you are not fully vaccinated, you need the test and go into hotel quarantine for 10 days upon arrival.

Currently on the B list are Germany, the UK, the Netherlands, France, Spain and many more.

Currently on the A list are the USA, Canada, Belgium, Italy and many more.

You can find the full list here.

Currently there are no direct flights from Germany, UK, Netherlands and Russia. Citizens can enter Morocco via third countries though.

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