Covid-19: Either a valid vaccine pass or a negative PCR test required to enter Morocco – Health Ministry
Morocco has eased the sanitary travel measures, announcing the end of its long-standing double PCR test + vaccine pass requirements to enter the country. As of this Wednesday, May 18, travelers will either need a valid vaccine pass or a negative PCR test to enter the country, announced the Health Ministry, making it clear that the PCR results should not be older than 72 hours.
This decision was taken part of the updated national health protocol for international travel and following the stabilization of the epidemiological situation at the national and international levels, the ministry said in a statement.
A valid vaccination pass requires the inoculation of three doses or otherwise two doses, with the 2nd dose administered not exceeding four months, with the exception of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a single dose of which is equivalent to 2 doses of other vaccines.
Children under 12 are exempt from all access requirements, according to the ministry.
The ministry advises travelers to check its official website “www.sante.gov.ma” and its social networks for more details on the updated national health protocol for international travel.