From July 14, 2020 at midnight, Moroccan citizens and foreign residents in the Kingdom, as well as their families will be able to access the national territory by air and sea, the Moroccan government announced on Wednesday through the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad and the Ministry of Health.
National airlines will schedule as many flights as necessary for the success of this operation, the same source said, adding that passengers will be required to present, before boarding, a PCR test of less than 48 hours, as well as a serological test.
The statement also noted that ferry boats will be provided for this purpose exclusively from the ports of Sète (France) and Gene (Italy) to the exclusion of any other port, adding that passengers on these ferries will be required to provide a PCR test of less than 48 hours and to comply with the strict hygiene measures recommended. A PCR test could possibly be carried out during the journey, according to the same source.
Moroccans residing abroad as well as foreigners residing in Morocco will be able to leave the Kingdom, at the end of their stay, by the same air and sea means, the press release concluded.