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Reopening of air borders from June 15

In recent days, the Kingdom has relaxed a number of restrictions related to Govt-19.

Morocco announces reopening on Sunday “ProgressiveAir borders from June 15, after several months of suspension with fifty countries due to corona virus infection.

Two lists of countries with different access rules have been established: List A includes “All Countries with Positive Indicators” List B is associated with 74 countries, including the European Union “Lack of accurate statistics on the prevalence or epidemiological status of the variants”Including India, Algeria, Argentina and South Africa, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Travelers from List A countries, whether Moroccan or not, must have a vaccination certificate and / or a negative PCR result of less than 48 hours. Those on B-listed countries must have exceptional credentials, undergo a negative PCR test of less than 48 hours and be subjected to a 10-day medical isolation once there. Both lists will be “updated regularly at least twice a month as needed,” the report said.

In recent days, the Kingdom has relaxed a number of restrictions related to Govt-19: the implementation of the Vaccine Pass, which allows people to go abroad, to go without restrictions at the national level, and to open restaurants from 8pm to 11pm or later beyond the curfew order last night (11pm). Authorities authorized the resumption of joint prayers. After nearly fifteen months of closure, cinemas and theaters and public swimming pools have reopened.

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The country has officially registered 521,426 cases of contamination, including 9,178 deaths since the outbreak. More than 9 million people have been vaccinated, including 5.8 million through two injections, according to a recent report.

In addition, Moroccans living abroad will be able to return to Morocco by sea from June 15, from the ports of Chad in France and Genoa, Italy, where a negative PCR test on boarding and another edge will be carried out.