MoroccoWith the ever-changing nature of the current situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we decided to publish the “Daily COVID-19 Travel Update: Entry Regulations” series of blog posts.
Please read below the most recent travel updates and entry regulations during the coronavirus pandemic.
All passengers arriving from EU/Schengen states are required to self-isolate for 5 days and undergo testing at the end of this period. The rules apply to foreign visitors as well as returning residents of Italy, and the measures will be in place from 31 March until 6 April, the day after Easter Monday.
Other Daily Updates
- Chile – all arriving passengers must quarantine at government facilities for 5 days and can proceed to home isolation after a negative test.
- Greece – starting from 14.05.2021, entry will be allowed for tourists who are vaccinated against COVID-19, who have recovered from COVID-19, or who have a negative COVID-19 test result.
- Japan – entry is suspended for non-residents arriving from Estonia, Czech Republic, Pakistan, Hungary, Poland, Luxembourg, Lebanon, Ukraine, and the Philippines.
- Kuwait – passengers vaccinated with vaccines against COVID-19 accredited in Kuwait are exempt from hotel quarantine, provided that five weeks have passed after the first dose, or two weeks have passed after the second dose. This also applies to passengers who previously had COVID-19 and got vaccinated after, and two weeks have passed after the first dose. Instead of hotel quarantine, all vaccinated passengers will be subjected to 7-day self-isolation and testing at the end of this period.
- Morocco – passengers arriving from Mali, Ghana, DR Congo, Guinea, and Libya are not allowed to enter, even if they transited through another country. This is in addition to Argentina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Cameroon, Croatia, Mozambique, Poland, Norway, Finland, Greece, Lebanon, Kuwait, Algeria, Egypt, Italy, Belgium, Turkey, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Sweden, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Australia, Ireland, Brazil, New Zealand, United Kingdom, South Africa, Denmark, for which the ban was already in place.
- Poland – passengers arriving by air are now required to present a negative result of a COVID-19 RT-PCR or antigen test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival. Also, passengers who recovered from COVID-19 in the previous 6 months are exempt from the quarantine requirement.
*IMPORTANT NOTE* Please be aware that Viselio is not liable for the information provided in this blog and a final confirmation should be obtained from official governmental authorities.
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