After the cancellation of the PCR test, RAM updates its travel conditions

After the government’s announcement to remove the PCR test for fully vaccinated people, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has published an update of its conditions of access to Morocco through its flights.

Travelers aged 6 and over wishing to travel to Morocco on RAM flights must present a vaccination pass or a negative PCR of less than 48 hours, the airline announced on its Twitter account.

For travelers under the age of 6, a health form must be completed online, printed and signed before check-in, recalls the same source.

As a reminder, the Moroccan government decided to cancel the PCR test condition for entry into Moroccan territory on Tuesday, May 17. It would now be a question of presenting a complete vaccination pass or a PCR test of less than 48 hours for unvaccinated people. The decision to cancel the PCR test came into effect upon publication of this press release, yesterday Tuesday.

It was taken to facilitate access to Moroccan territory and relaunch tourism recovery following the improvement of the epidemiological situation in Morocco.


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