Morocco lifts COVID restrictions ahead of ABTA conference

By Lisa James
04/10/2022
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Morocco has lifted all COVID restrictions ahead of ABTA’s Travel Convention, which takes place in Marrakech next week.

The destination now no longer requires proof of vaccine or a negative test on arrival, but visitors must still fill in a health form.

The Foreign Office has updated its advice to say PCR and vaccine pass requirements have been lifted for entry to Morocco for all travellers.

Next week’s Travel Convention, which takes place from 10-12 October, will the first to be held overseas since before COVID.

Meanwhile, Anguilla’s Ministry of Health has announced that all visitors, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, are no longer required to present a COVID test to airlines on check-in and on arrival at the ports of entry on the island.

The rule came into force on 1 October. However, visitors transiting through St Maarten to travel to Anguilla are required to adhere to St Maarten’s entry requirements.

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