Morocco Adopts Covid-19 Vaccine Pass from October 21

The Moroccan government has decided to adopt a “vaccine pass” for travel and access to public spaces, starting Thursday, October 21, an official statement announced today

The document, which can be obtained after the second dose, will be necessary, for example, to move between cities and provinces on public and private transport.

The measure entails allowing vaccinated people with a valid vaccine pass to move freely between cities and provinces across Morocco on private or public transportation. 

A pass is also necessary to travel abroad.  Civil servants, employees, and users of administrations are also required to provide the vaccine pass to access public, semi-public, and private administrations

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The government statement said; “It is necessary to present this pass” to access public spaces, such as hotels, tourist establishments, restaurants, cafes, closed spaces, shops, sports halls, and hammams,”

It warned all officials in the public and private sectors to ensure the sound application of all the measures in establishments that are under their direct legal responsibility.

The new measure is meant to strengthen the positive trend Morocco’s COVID situation has witnessed in recent weeks amid the effectiveness of the rapidly progressing national vaccination campaign. 

Citizens who have received two doses of a COVID vaccine must download the vaccine passes from, the official website of Morocco’ vaccination campaign against COVID-19.

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In case of difficulties downloading the document from the relevant website, the vaccinated can also request the vaccine pass from public administration offices close to their place of residence. 

The government concluded its statement by calling on non-vaccinated citizens to receive their two doses of vaccine as soon as possible and those vaccinated for more than six months to take their third dose to strengthen their immunity.

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