COVID-19: Morocco Bans Access to Territory for Travelers Coming from China Starting Jan. 3

Rabat - In the light of the evolution of the health situation related to Covid-19 in China, and of the regular and direct contacts with the Chinese side, and in order to avoid a new wave of contaminations in Morocco and all its consequences, the Moroccan Authorities decided to prohibit access to the territory of the Kingdom of Morocco to all travelers, whatever their nationality, coming from the People's Republic of China, announced today Saturday the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad.

This measure will apply starting from January 3, 2023 and until further notice, the ministry specifies in a statement, noting that "the Kingdom of Morocco has closely followed, in recent weeks, the development of the Covid pandemic in the People's Republic of China."

"This exceptional measure in no way affects the sincere friendship between the two peoples or the strategic partnership between the two countries, to which the Kingdom remains firmly attached," the same source stated.

Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse

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