The Government of Morocco has extended the country’s “Health State of Emergency” until January 10.
Air travel to and from Morocco remains restricted to specific categories of travelers. Citizens and residents of Morocco, as well as foreign nationals of visa-exempt countries (which includes U.S citizens) with reservations with Moroccan hotels or travel agencies and business persons invited by Moroccan companies, are allowed to enter and depart. Flights serving these passengers, including direct flights on Royal Air Maroc between Casablanca (CMN) and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), as well as CMN and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), will continue to operate under the Health State of Emergency. U.S. citizens wishing to return to the United States should book directly with the airlines. U.S. citizens seeking to fly from Morocco to a destination other than the United States are required to obtain an exceptional authorization from local authorities.
Ferry passage remains limited to special operation ferries between Morocco and Sète, France and Genoa, Italy. The borders with Ceuta and Melilla remain closed.
Travelers entering Morocco must present a negative PCR test result dated within 72 hours of departure. Although the Moroccan government does not require COVID-19 testing for those departing from Morocco, airlines may require COVID-19 test results based upon travel destination restrictions. Travelers should check COVID-19-related restrictions in place in the countries and states where they plan to travel.
- The U.S. Embassy in Rabat
- U.S. Consulate General in Casablanca
0661-13-19-39 (after hours)
- State Department – Consular Affairs
1-888-407-4747 or 1- 202-501-4444
- Morocco Country Information Page
- Morocco travel Advisory
- Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)