Current status of COVID-19 in Morocco and local information [Latest].

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List of current status and local updates on the COVID-19 in Morocco

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Ouarzazate

Feb. 9, 2021

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January and February are the coldest months of the year in Morocco, but the temperature has risen sharply since late January this year, and here in Ouarzazate, the days reminiscent of spring weather continue. ..
There, almond flowers, which are very similar to Japanese cherry blossoms, began to bloom, so I went to the World Heritage Site Ait Ben Haddou for cherry blossom viewing.
Ait Ben Haddou is usually very crowded with foreign tourists as the almonds bloom, but no foreign tourists were seen at all. Most of the souvenir shops were closed, and several cafes and restaurants were open, but there were few customers. It was quiet and a little lonely.

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MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

Feb. 8, 2021

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There are few new infections in Ouarzazate.
Currently, regulatory measures such as obligatory wearing masks, prohibition of public and private meetings and celebrations are being taken.
The streets of Ouarzazate look normal and calm during the day.
However, at night, measures against the new coronavirus are being strengthened as follows.
・ Closed restaurants, cafes, shops, and supermarkets after 20:00 ・ No going out from 21:00 to 6:00 the next morning

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MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

Feb. 8, 2021

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The Moroccan government has decided to extend the sanitary emergency, which started on March 20, last year, to March 10, 2021. With this extension, the sanitary emergency continued for about a year.
Currently, in Morocco, restaurants, cafes, shops and supermarkets are closed after 20:00, a ban on going out from 21:00 to 6:00 am the next day, and measures against the new coronavirus are being implemented.

The first case of a British mutant infection was confirmed in Morocco on January 18, and aircraft and passengers from the following countries are currently banned from entering the country.
・ Countries where entry is prohibited UK, Denmark, South Africa, Australia, Brazil, Ireland, New Zealand

From September 6, 2020, foreign business visitors with invitations from Moroccan companies and foreign tourists from visa-exempt countries booking hotels will be issued a PCR 72 hours before departure time. You can enter Morocco by submitting a negative test certificate.

MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

Jan. 9, 2021

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The Moroccan government has decided to extend the sanitary emergency, which started on March 20, last year, until January 10, 2021 until February 10. This is the 10th extension.
Currently, the number of new coronavirus infections is declining in Morocco, but from December 23, 2020, restaurants, cafes, shops, and supermarkets will be closed after 20:00 for 3 weeks, from 21:00 to 6:00 the next day. The ban on going out and measures against the new coronavirus are being implemented.

From September 6th, foreign business visitors with invitations from Moroccan companies and foreign tourists from Visa Waiver countries who are booking hotels will receive a PCR test issued 72 hours before departure time. You can enter Morocco by submitting a negative certificate.

MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

Oct. 8, 2020

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Latest COVID-19 conditions

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From October, Morocco said that it would not need to extend the validity period required for the PCR test from 48 hours to 72 hours and provide a serological test for taking the PRC test, which is required as a border measure at the time of entry. The department was relaxed.

In the future, foreign travelers from Visa Waiver countries will be able to travel to Morocco under the following conditions.
① Submission of negative PCR test certificate (English or French) issued 72 hours before departure time ② Reservation confirmation for hotels in Morocco

MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

Sept. 11, 2020

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The Moroccan government has decided to extend the sanitary emergency, which began on March 20th and ended on December 10th, to January 10th, 2021. This is the 9th extension.
From September 6th, foreign business visitors with invitations from Moroccan companies and foreign tourists from Visa Waiver countries who are booking hotels will receive a PCR test issued 72 hours before departure time. You can enter Morocco by submitting a negative certificate.

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MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

Sept. 8, 2020

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Local news

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From today, in the Draa-Tafilalto region where Ouarzazate and Merzouga are located, it is prohibited to go out at night from 22:00 to 5 am to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection. Cafes, restaurants and shops will close at 21:00.
In Ouarzazate in the daytime, the city bus has restarted, and you can see people going to work and children going to school for entrance and promotion, and everyday life is returning. However, due to the spread of new coronavirus infection, it is unlikely that formal classes will begin yet...
In Morocco, you are required to wear a mask, and you will be fined 300DH if you do not.

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MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

Sept. 8, 2020

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Latest COVID-19 conditions

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Currently, the sanitary emergency continues, but from September 6th, foreign business persons and foreign tourists with invitations from Moroccan companies can enter the country. To enter the country, you will need a hotel booking confirmation, a PCR negative certificate, and a serological test (antibody test).

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MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

Aug. 7, 2020

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Morocco has been affected by Eid al-Adha (sacrifice), the biggest Islamic public holiday from 31st July, and the number of new infections has increased. It was. In addition, new regulatory measures have been taken in Tangier, Asila and Fez (moving in and out of cities, banning all meetings, etc.).

MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

July 29, 2020

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Local news

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Although movement between cities is banned in some areas, here in southern Ouarzazate, southern Morocco, the movement of people returning to their homes has started due to the Aid al Adha, which began on July 31st. The market (souk) was crowded with shoppers, and even in the city, cars of homecoming customers began to crowd.

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MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

July 29, 2020

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Latest COVID-19 conditions

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Morocco was in emergency hygiene until 10 August, but mitigation measures allowed movement between regions. However, measures have been taken to ban people from entering and leaving the eight cities of Tanger, Tetuan, Fes, Meknes, Casablanca, Berashid, Settat and Marrakech, which have been spreading since July 27.

MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

July 21, 2020

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Latest COVID-19 conditions

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Although there are ongoing sanitary emergencies in Morocco, the third mitigation measures have been taken since 20 July. Domestic tourism and facilities were resumed, provided that tourist facilities and accommodation facilities did not exceed 50% of the capacity. Moroccan expatriates and foreigners residing in Morocco can enter and leave by air and sea, but entry of foreigners for tourism purposes is not yet permitted.

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MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

July 12, 2020

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Latest COVID-19 conditions

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Morocco has extended the sanitary emergency from 10 July until 10 August. From July 15, Moroccan expatriates and foreigners residing in Morocco will be able to enter by air and sea. However, this is not a de-blocking, and tourists will continue to be denied entry to Morocco.

MOROCCO
Ouarzazate

July 12, 2020

Moha

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Local news

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We don't see foreign tourists, but cafes and shops are operating normally, and we're seeing people chatting happily at the cafe, and the city is regaining vibrancy.

Scenery of tourist spots All tourist facilities are still closed.

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MOROCCO

July 11, 2020

Latest COVID-19 conditions

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The Moroccan government has decided to extend the "hygiene emergency" that was open until 18:00 on Friday, July 10 until 18:00 on Monday, August 10. The borders are still blocked.