Coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel: The situation around the world is changing dramatically. Various governments have changed their travel warnings to restrict travel during this time. To understand how this may impact cover under your policy, please go to our FAQs and select your country of residence.
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On 16 March, the Government of Morocco closed borders, leaving tourists in the country stranded and Moroccan residents struggling to get home from abroad.
From 15 July, borders are open to repatriation flights for Moroccan citizens, foreign nationals who are resident in Morocco, and their families.
Morocco's borders remain closed to international tourism. However, from 6 September, visa-exempt foreign travelers with a confirmed hotel reservation or business travelers who have an invitation from a Moroccan company can enter. You must check with your local Moroccan embassy before booking a trip, and check your government's travel advice.
The following conditions must be met to enter Morocco:
A nationwide state of emergency was declared on 20 March, and the emergency decree has been extended until 10 October.
Provinces are categorized into two zones depending on the level of COVID-19 risk present in the region, and these categories are updated on a weekly basis. An exceptional movement certificate may be required for various activities depending on whether you are in an area categorized as zone 1 or zone 2.
It is compulsory to wear a face mask in public.
Before you buy a travel insurance policy, check your government travel warnings and health advice – there may be no travel insurance cover for locations with a government travel ban or health advice against travel.
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