CASABLANCA, MOROCCO: Morocco reopened its airspace to tourists after two-months of virus shut down on Monday.
Fully vaccinated travellers can now visit two months after the commercial flights were canceled over coronavirus fear.
It’s the second time in two years when North African kingdom was welcomed by tourism businesses that have suffered due to the pandemic.
Limited gathering with maximum of 50 people is allowed. Covering the face with facemask is mandatory, the government said in a statement.
The kingdom remains under health emergency, for travelling in Morocco people need to know that all swimming pools, beaches, and sports facilities are open but have capacities at 5 percent only. The new advisory orders that the restaurants, cafes, shops, and supermarkets must close by 11 pm, said by Morocco’s government.
All travellers planning to visit Morocco must be fully vaccinated. The second dose of the vaccine must have been taken at least 14 days before travel.
Travellers need a vaccine pass to enter most public places including hotels, restaurants, shops, it said.
The statement further said, “It’s important to note that penalties including fines and prison sentences are in place for those not following the rules. There are 10 approved vaccines acceptable for travel to the kingdom including Sinopharm and Sputnik. Children under 18 are exempt from vaccination before travel. Children under 6 do not need to take a PCR before flying to Morocco.”