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To visit Morocco, tourists and Moroccans living abroad have to present a 72-hour PCR test

Mohammed V airport in Casablanca, July 15, 2020. / Ph. Abdeljalil Bounhar - AP
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The Moroccan authorities decided, Thursday, to loosen restrictive measures imposed on tourists and Moroccans living abroad wishing to enter the territory.

«For all flights to Morocco, we inform you that presenting an anti-body test is no longer mandatory», Morocco’s national carrier Royal Air Maroc (RAM) said in a statement.

Passengers coming to Morocco will only have to present a negative 72-hour PCR test, before entering the Kingdom, the same source said, adding that children aged under 11 are not included.

This decision comes as a response to requests submitted by tourism professionals.

Since September, Morocco has opened its borders for foreign tourists who have booked a hotel in the Kingdom.

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