Heading To Morocco? No Need For Vaccination Proof Or PCR Test! But Here’s What You Need!

by Deeplata Garde
Heading To Morocco? No Need For Vaccination Proof Or PCR Test! But Here’s What You Need!

If you’ve ever dreamed of travelling to a faraway land in search of adventure, romance, and sandy beaches – look no further than Morocco. Its beautiful landscapes, historical sites, and arid climate make it an ideal location for anyone seeking a truly exotic getaway. If you are planning a trip to the country then keep reading ahead.

Entry Requirements To Morocco

On February 7, 2022, the Moroccan government agreed to start all commercial flights again. However, all visitors to Morocco must adhere to local laws and the nation’s health regulations. Processing the health form prior to their trip is the only requirement to enter Morocco.

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Passengers entering Morocco after September 30th won’t require a PCR test or a vaccination certificate, according to the decision of the Moroccan government. All travellers arriving in Morocco just need to print out the form below.

What Is This Health Form?

It is an essential document that all incoming travellers will need.  The local government imposed this health form as one of the measures put in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus throughout the nation.

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There is no substitute for a visa in the Morocco Health Passenger Form. When you enter the nation, immigration officials will ask for your visa.   Remember that some nationalities want a paper visa. If it applies to you, we advise you to get in touch with the nearby embassy.

Also Read: Morocco Resumes Tourist Visa Operations For Indian Travellers

To pass the health check required by airport security, you must present a signed hard copy of the Morocco Public Health Passenger Form. After filling it you will receive this form through email.

Price Details Of This Form

The health form will cost more or less depending on the time span you need it. To accommodate the needs of our customers, iVisa typically has three processing timeframes.

  1. 24 hours for standard processing: AED 89.95
  2. Rush processing costs AED 163.41and takes eight hours.
  3. Super Rush Processing Time: 165.25 for 4 hours of processing.

Passengers trying to enter the country will be barred if they fail to carry this document.

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