While Morocco has reopened its borders, travelers must present a vaccination pass and a negative PCR test less than 48 hours old.
[Updated February 8, 2022 at 11:41 a.m.] After more than two months of closure following the appearance of the Omicron variant, Morocco reopened its air borders on February 7, 2022. To enter Moroccan territory, travelers must however present a vaccination pass and a negative PCR test less than 48 hours old, according to a government statement.
Upon arrival in Morocco, they are subjected to a rapid antigen test and random PCR tests are carried out on groups of passengers. Travelers who test positive will be required to self-isolate in their place of residence. As Morocco is on France's orange list, only vaccinated travelers will be able to travel there for tourism purposes. The non-vaccinated will have to justify a compelling reason
Are Morocco's borders open?
Morocco's air borders closed on February 7, 2022 after two months of closure following the appearance of the Omicron variant and a spike in coronavirus cases.
Unvaccinated French people (and other foreigners) passing through Morocco must carry out a 10-day controlled quarantine, at their expense, in one of the structures previously designated by the Moroccan authorities, with a control PCR test on the 9th day.
The Moroccan government has lifted the national curfew that has been in place for more than a year due to the "improvement of the epidemiological situation" in the kingdom. This decision follows "following the positive results achieved within the framework of the national vaccination campaign", explains the government in a press release
Restaurants, cinemas and theaters, as well as public swimming pools have reopened in Morocco. Wearing a compulsory mask remains compulsory and police checks have been reinforced in recent weeks in various cities of the country.
All beaches in Morocco are officially allowed access, respecting physical distancing.
Flights will be operated in both directions (France-Morocco and Morocco-France) since the reopening of Morocco's borders on June 15 by French and Moroccan airlines, which should be contacted for any reservations and information. It is therefore no longer necessary to go through French consulates to travel by air.