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Morocco will reopen its borders to international travelers

With the reopening of its airspace for international flights as of February 7, travelers from abroad bound for Morocco will be able to enter the country as tourists again, provided they meet certain requirements imposed by the Moroccan government. The government of Morocco has divided the countries into 3 groups according to the risk classification and control of the Covid-19 pandemic. Brazil is one of the countries that are classified as B – moderate risk, so they must present a certificate attesting that they are fully vaccinated, negative PCR test done less than 48 hours before boarding, and at the time of boarding, a health card filled in at the which contains the passenger’s address and two contact numbers that allow their location. Children under 6 years old are exempt from any entry requirements. Children between 6 and 11 years of age must be PCR negative. Brazil’s ranking can change at any time as the list is constantly updated. We always recommend checking the official government website and the airline website before heading to the airport. Despite the reopening of borders, Royal Air Maroc has not yet communicated about a resumption of flights to Brazil. – https://passageirodeprimeira.com/marrocos-vai-reabrir-suas-fronteiras-para-viajantes-internacionais/