Reopening French Borders: Morocco Classified “Orange”

From 9 June, the flow of passengers between France and abroad will be reopened according to modalities that vary depending on the health status of third countries and vaccination of travellers. The classification of countries is defined on the basis of health indicators. Thus we find countries classified as green, orange or red.

“green” country : No active movement of virus, no type of concern identified. European region, Australia, South Korea, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand, Singapore.

“orange” country : active circulation of virus in controlled proportions, without the spread of worrisome forms.

“red” country : active circulation of the virus, the appearance of worrisome forms. Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Turkey, Uruguay, South Africa.

Morocco on the Orange Rank

Morocco is one of the countries classified as Orange by France. This means that vaccinated French travelers coming to Morocco will have no special barriers from France and will only have to follow Moroccan rules. The unaffiliated must follow Morocco’s list of mandatory causes (family reunification, emergency, illness, etc…).

Moroccans wishing to travel to France from June 9 must submit a negative PCR test of less than 72 hours, or negative antigen dating of less than 48 hours, for those who have been vaccinated. Unvaccinated people will also need to be tested before departure and may undergo random antigen testing on arrival in addition to 7-day self-isolation.

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