Morocco partially opens sea and air borders from 14 July
The Kingdom of Morocco partially resumes a sea and air transport from July 14, according to a joint press release of the Ministry of interior, Ministry of foreign Affairs and other ministries.
Morocco from March 15 fully suspended international flights in pandemic coronavirus.
For boarding guests are required to provide the results of the PCR test, which is at least 48 hours and undergo a serological test for the coronavirus. By sea to the Kingdom can only be reached by ferries that depart from the French port of Sete and the Italian port of Genoa to Morocco, for a trip you also need to provide the results of the PCR test. According to the source, the test can also be performed during the trip.
"Living abroad and Moroccans living in the Kingdom of foreigners will also be able to leave Morocco by the same means – planes and ferries," said the source.
According to Ministry of health of Morocco, the country recorded more than 14.7 thousand cases of coronavirus, recovered to 11.3 thousand people died in 242 patients.
Moroccan authorities earlier extended until 10 July, the sanitary regime of emergency imposed to combat COVID-19. In this case, from 25 June as part of a gradual easing of the quarantine was lifted a number of restrictions. In particular, it is allowed to run cafes and restaurants subject to occupancy not more than 50%, as well as commercial activities in shopping centers. Also was reopened road and rail links between cities and flights within the country. At the same time, museums, theatres, cinemas and public swimming pools are still closed.
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