Following its reopening to tourists last February, Morocco has loosen COVID-19 travel restrictions prior to the summer season, which means that travelers with proof of full vaccination are no longer required to present a negative test result.
As officials confirmed last May 17, the Moroccan government has decided to cancel the PCR test condition for entry into Moroccan territory and the decision will come into force upon publication of the said press release.
A valid vaccine passport, as defined by Morocco, refers to receiving at least three doses of an accepted vaccine or two doses with a delay in the administration of the second dose not exceeding four months. Meanwhile, a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is equivalent to two doses of the other vaccines.
Author: Deb Davad