Flights to Morocco resume from today

By Lisa James
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Morocco has opened borders for commercial flights today.

Visitors from the UK must prove they have been double vaccinated, with the second dose received at least two weeks before travel and must also provide proof of a negative PCR test result, with the sample having been taken within 48 hours of boarding.

Under sixes are exempt from the pre-travel PCR test requirement, and children under the age of 18 are exempt from the requirement to present a vaccine pass.

All passengers are required to download, print and sign a passenger health form before arrival in Morocco.

In addition, rapid antigen tests will be conducted upon arrival for all passengers, as well as PCR tests for randomly selected groups of passengers.

Additional PCR tests may also be required after 48 hours of arrival for randomly selected passengers, the UK Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office has said.

Specific measures will be put in place for positive cases, including isolation at the passengers’ place of residence. More serious cases would be transferred to hospital, the FCDO said.

The FCDO adds that a valid vaccine pass is required to leave Morocco and that, although flights re-start today, ferry services remain suspended.

Masks must be worn in public places and visitors need to show proof of vaccination to enter restaurants.

See also: Morocco to end ban on international flights

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