Morocco has removed the requirement for vaccinated visitors to take a PCR test before entering.
The Moroccan government announced the change today (May 18) when it came into immediate effect. Prior to that, visitors had to present a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours prior to boarding their flight, as well as proof of vaccination.
Now, arrivals can enter by showing proof of vaccination and completion of an online form, which must be printed and signed.
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According to Morocco World News, the government said the decision to ease Covid entry restrictions was taking into account the improvement of the epidemiological situation in the country.
Despite restrictions easing, Morocco remains under a state of emergency, giving authorities power to take proactive measures to tackle an potential change in Covid figures.
Travel Weekly has contacted the Moroccan Tourist Board for clarification on entry requirements for unvaccinated travellers.
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