UPDATE : You can plan your next trip to Morocco now, Here’s the measures and conditions to travel to Morocco.

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UPDATE : MEASURES AND CONDITIONS TO TRAVEL TO MOROCCO

Following Morocco’s decision to reopen its airspace to international flights to and from Morocco, a set of measures and conditions required for travellers are in force starting February 7th, 2022.

For passengers, over 18 years old:

  • The vaccination Pass (i.e. : the Australian-issued International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (ICVC) ; the COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate for international travel issued by New Zealand);
  • The negative result of PCR less than 48H (interval between sampling and check-in);
  • The passenger health form printed, duly filled electronically and signed ; the form can be downloaded online at : https://www.onda.ma/form.php

Concerning children:

  • No access conditions are applied for children under 6 years old;
  • For children aged 6 and under 18: the only access condition is the presentation of a negative result of PCR test of less than 48 hours 48H (interval between sampling and check-in), in addition to a rapid antigen test upon arrival.

Upon arrival:

Rapid, systematic antigen testing at the airport and random sampling for random PCR testing will be carried out;

If the rapid antigen test is positive upon arrival:

  • If the person is asymptomatic or with mild symptoms : treatment in self-isolation at home, or in a hotel for tourist, according to the national protocol in force;
  • If the person has moderate to severe symptoms: treatment in a public or private hospital according to the national protocol in force.

Before travelling abroad from and to Morocco, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canberra recommends that you check with your airline if specific measures are required. In case of cancellation, modification or postponement of a trip, contact your airline or your tour operator directly.

Please note that:

  • The COVID – 19 vaccine passport and negative result of PCR test of less than 48 hours (time between sampling and boarding) are mandatory; And
  • All passengers, upon their arrival at a Moroccan airport, are required to present the duly completed “Public health passenger form”. To process this sheet, it is necessary to access the following link

https://www.onda.ma/form.php , and fill it digitally. The form must then be printed and signed by the passenger, and delivered to the designated authority, at the Moroccan airport of destination.

If you require any further information, feel free to contact us via email at: sifmacan@moroccoembassy.org.au

 

 

 

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