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🦠 Morocco COVID-19 travel requirements

Last updated: 4 October 2021, 10:58 (GMT +4)

Travel to Morocco

The Government of Morocco has revised their entry restrictions. All flights to or from Morocco are suspended except over flights, cargo flights or flights within exceptional authorisation from the air transport direction (DTA / DGAC) via the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Morocco. Countries are now classified in two lists: A and B.

Conditions for travellers arriving from countries in list A:

Travellers coming from countries included in list A, whether they are Moroccan nationals, foreigners established in Morocco, citizens of those countries or foreigners residing in those countries, must:

  • Provide a valid vaccination certificate approved by the Moroccan Ministry of Health proving that the passenger has received the complete required dosage of a vaccine at least 2 weeks before travel, or
  • A negative COVID 19 PCR test certificate, issued by an accredited laboratory, no more than 48 hours between the time the sample was taken and the time of departure. Complete a Passenger Health Form before departure and present a printed and signed copy of the form upon arrival. The vaccination certificate or PCR test must be included in the Health Pass for passengers arriving from countries where the Health Pass is actively used.

Countries not specified in list B will be part of list A.

Conditions for travellers arriving from countries included in list B:

Countries included in list B can be found here.

Travellers coming from countries included in list B are divided into two categories.

Vaccinated passengers must:

  • Provide a valid vaccination certificate approved by the Moroccan Ministry of Health proving that the passenger has received the complete dosage of a vaccine at least 2 weeks before travel
  • Present a negative COVID 19 PCR test certificate, issued by an accredited laboratory, no more than 48 hours between the time the sample was taken and the time of departure.
    • This also applies to passengers who have a valid vaccination certificate and,
    • Minors over 11 years old and below 18 years old must have a negative COVID 19 PCR test certificate only when travelling with fully vaccinated adult family members.
  • Complete a Passenger Health Form before departure and present a printed and signed copy of the form upon arrival.

Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated foreigners who are residents of Morocco with a valid resident card must:

  • Present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate issued by an accredited laboratory for a test taken no more than 48 hours between the time the sample was taken and the time of departure.
  • On arrival, they will be subject to self isolation at home for 5 days, and a COVID-19 PCR test on day 5.
  • Complete a Passenger Health Form before departure and present a printed and signed copy of the form upon arrival.
  • Complete and sign the Self Declaration Form in Arabic or French.

Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated foreign passengers who are not residents in Morocco must:

  • Present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate, issued by an accredited laboratory, no more than 48 hours between the time the sample was taken and the time of departure. On arrival, they will be required to undergo a sanitary isolation/quarantine for 10 days at one of the designated hotels. This must be booked before travel, directly with the hotel and proof of payment for the hotel booking must be presented at the time of check in.
  • Complete a Passenger Health Form before departure and present a printed and signed copy of the form upon arrival.
  • Complete and sign the Self Declaration Form in Arabic or French.

Note: Passengers from list B countries who have stayed in a list A country for more than 10 days before travelling to Morocco must comply with the requirements for list A countries.

For more information, please also refer to the following official websites:

Exemptions

Children below the age of 11 are exempted from COVID-19 PCR testing regardless of which country they come from.

Other Information

Passengers must pay MAD 100 toward the cost of transfer from airport to the quarantine hotel in cash on arrival.

Quarantine

Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated Moroccan citizens and members of their family arriving from countries on list B are subject to self-isolation at home for 5 days, and a COVID-19 PCR test on day 5.

All unvaccinated foreigners must undergo a 10-day quarantine at an authorised hotel. If the booked hotel is not in Casablanca, passengers must present confirmed air tickets for their connecting flight.

COVID-19 testing requirements

All travellers, except children below 11 years old, who are entering Morocco must take a COVID-19 PCR test. COVID-19 PCR test must be within 48 hours from sample taken and valid on departure. The printed test results must be presented on request at check-in and to local officials on arrival.

Alternatively, only passengers travelling from category A countries have the option to present a valid vaccination certificate indicating that all required vaccine doses have been administered. This will replace the negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate requirement.

Required forms

All travellers must complete the passenger health form in Arabic or French before departure and present a printed and signed copy of the form upon arrival.

Travel from Morocco

If you are travelling from Morocco, you may be required to take a COVID-19 PCR test and submit additional documentation before departure. Please check the requirements of your specific destination before you travel.

Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated Moroccan nationals who are residents of Morocco are required to obtain authorisation from their respective government municipality, known as prefecture/ Wilaya, before travelling from the country. The authorisation must be presented to immigration when exiting the country.

Vaccinated passengers can exit Morocco after 14 days from administration of the 2nd dosage. Vaccination pass is mandatory and same must be presented to immigration officer when exiting the country.

Transit from Morocco

Customers with onward bookings from Morocco have to ensure that the transit time does not exceed 24 hours and that the onward booking is within the same day of arrival in Morocco. Night stops or layovers in the transit area are not permitted.

Other information

Please check the list of health facilities(Opens a PDF in a new tab) authorised to conduct COVID-19 PCR testing in Morocco.

Travelling to, from and through Dubai

If you re travelling to, from or transiting through Dubai, please check our Travel requirements for Dubai.