Morocco is gradually reopening its air borders
By definition, any country of the United Nations not appearing on list B appears on list A. These lists will be regularly updated, “at least twice a month according to the needs”, underlines the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
On the territory of Morocco, holders of foreign vaccination certificates will benefit from the same advantages as Moroccans with a Moroccan vaccination certificate.
From June 15, 2021 also, Moroccans residing abroad will be able to return to their country by sea from the ports of Sète and Genoa, provided they present a negative PCR test on boarding and carry out one. another once on board.
At the same time, Moroccans have seen their conditions improve in parallel with the establishment of a vaccination pass allowing them to travel abroad, to move without restriction at the national level and beyond the cover. nocturnal fire which has been extended from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. This is accompanied by a resumption of collective prayers, a reopening of cinemas, theaters and public swimming pools while the restaurants will not close until 11 p.m.
According to the CSSE of the American Johns Hopkins University, Morocco has recorded 521,426 cases of Covid-19, including 9,178 deaths. 15 million doses of vaccine have been administered.
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