Individuals looking to travel to Morocco this month will face a ten-day stay in a specific quarantine hotel and are required to take a PCR test.
Morocco’s quarantine rules for travel
Even though the aviation industry is set to take off again elsewhere in the world, Morocco is still limiting travel in its country with quarantine. Although Morocco’s vaccinated population has reached over five million, the country is avoiding taking any risks that involve the travel sector.
Unlike other countries ready to open their borders again, Morocco is only re-opening its line of travel to citizens stranded in other places around the globe.
The flight plan
The flights that will bring individuals home will be scheduled by Moroccan authorities. Flyers entering the country will have to quarantine in the Casablanca hotels, which authorities have approved for travellers’ stays. On the other hand, those looking to leave Morocco will have to have their travel approved.
Travel has been suspended to over 54 countries in an attempt to control the impact coronavirus has had on the country. Although it seems like a small step in comparison to the rest of the world, Morocco is preparing to end all travel restrictions on 10 June this year. Morocco confirms that this is when travel will resume as normal again.
The country is even expected to be on the UK’s green list – a selection of places that travel will be made easier to for UK citizens looking to travel abroad in the summer. This is because Morocco has had quite a low number of cases throughout the pandemic.
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