Travelling to Morocco, what do I need to know?
(Updated March 16th, 2022)
Travelling to Morocco
Travelers must show proof of full vaccination and a negative PCR test taken no more than 48 hours before boarding the flight to Morocco.
Proof vaccination is valid two weeks after receiving the second dose (or single dose for Johnson & Johnson).
Passengers must complete a public health declaration form and show upon arrival. The form can be found HERE.
Temperature checks, rapid antigen tests and random PCR tests may also be conducted upon arrival.
Although we endeavor to update this page with any new pertinent travel information, COVID-19 related travel requirements are subject to change and may not be reflected here. Before traveling, please check with your airline and review any applicable information regarding COVID-19 vaccine and testing requirements in Morocco and any countries that you travel through on your way to or from Morocco.
Which vaccines are recognized in Morocco?
Morocco recognizes the following vaccines: Pfizer, Moderna, Astrazeneca, Covishield, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Sputnik and Johnson & Johnson.
Returning to the United States from Morocco
Effective December 6, 2021, all air travelers to the United States aged two and above, regardless of vaccination status, are required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 viral test taken within 24 hours of departure, or a doctor’s letter documenting recovery in the past 90 days.
What is the Morocco’s vaccination status?
Over 63% of Morocco’s population is fully vaccinated. The vaccines that are currently available in Morocco are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Sinopharm.
I am travelling to Morocco from a country other than the US
Travelers who pass through other countries while traveling between the United States and Morocco may be subject to additional COVID-19 testing or health requirements. Travelers who do not have a direct flight, should review the entry requirements for each country where they will be physically present.
Are PCR and/or antigen tests widely available for in Morocco?
Yes. Testing is easily available in major cities throughout Morocco. The cost for a PCR test is typically around 400 Dirhams (42USD). Results are usually given in 24 hours or less.
The cost of an antigenic test is typically around 200 Dirhams (21USD). Results are usually given within 1 hour.
How do I find a testing lab?
We will provide you with a list of labs, some of which are open 24/7.
What are the COVID-19 safety measures in place in Morocco?
Morocco requires proof of vaccination to enter most private and public establishments, including hotels, restaurants, cafes, gyms, hammams, grocery stores, and public modes of transportation. You should always carry your vaccine card. If vaccinated in the United States, we recommend U.S. citizens carry their white CDC card as proof of vaccination.
Beside vaccination requirements, Morocco has implemented a series of preventative measures to create a COVID-secure country:
- Social distancing of 1.5 meters (5 feet) is observed both indoors and outdoors
- Mask wearing is mandatory indoors and in open-air public walkways
- Hygiene stations with hand sanitizer are widely available
- Private and public establishments conduct temperature checks
- Reduced capacity throughout public transport, shopping centers, museums, etc.
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