Morocco will be open to foreign travellers from 15 June

Morocco will open again to international travellers from 15 June. Both airports and ports of the country will welcome foreign and Moroccan travellers, reports the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. They must either have been vaccinated against the coronavirus or be able to show a negative PCR test.

People coming from countries where contamination rates are still high or from countries that cannot provide reliable data need a special permit to enter the country in addition to a negative test. What countries they are, is not known.

For a long time, the North African country was largely closed from the outside world. Travelers from the Netherlands were not allowed to enter the country and the Moroccan Government had suspended all direct flights between Morocco and the Netherlands. Also by ferry travel to Morocco was not possible.

Morocco has been relaxing corona measures since last month. Five million shots have now been made in the country.