Morocco again tightens its entry rules for the French

After a short comeback in the eyes of Morocco, French travelers will again be subject to entry rules on the territory of the Moroccan kingdom.

Ten-day quarantine

French travelers could recently return to Moroccan territory, but faced with the resurgence of the virus in France, Morocco has decided to again toughen its rules for entering its territory. So, France will officially pass, Tuesday July 13 at 11:59 p.m., on the list of category B countries.

This list subjects the countries which are there to much stricter conditions of entry into Moroccan territory. Thus, the kingdom is setting up sub-categories of entry conditions for travelers from category B countries such as France, which is far from alone, since more than 80 countries make up this list.

Obligation of a PCR test of less than 48 hours

Thus, fully vaccinated people must, in order to be able to freely access the territory of Morocco, present their vaccination certificate but also a negative PCR test dating less than 48 hours before boarding. Small additional constraint to be considered vaccinated, the traveler must have received the necessary number of doses of a vaccine recognized by Morocco. The country thus recognizes the AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sputnik, Pfizer / BioNTech, Janssen, Covishield, Moderna and Sinovac vaccines.

For people who have received only one dose or no vaccine against the Covid, the conditions of entry into Moroccan territory are stricter. In addition to a negative PCR test of less than 48 hours, the traveler will have to carry out a quarantine of ten days. The latter must be carried out in structures previously designated by the local authorities. The financial cost of this quarantine being the responsibility of the traveler. In order to be released from quarantine, a PCR test must be performed on the ninth day of isolation.