Authorities set temporary health protocol
Maritime links between Morocco and Spain will be restored immediately following a temporary health protocol, published by the Ministry of Health and Social Protection.
This agreement between Morocco and Spain is the result of the visit of the head of the Spanish executive, Pedro Sanchez, this Thursday in Rabat. The two neighboring countries have agreed on the gradual and orderly reopening of the border crossing points of Sebta and Melilla and the complete normalization of the passage of goods and merchandise.
Pedro Sanchez, during a press conference, appreciated this restoration which aims for the normality of the passage of goods and goods in Sebta and Melilla and the gradual reopening of border crossings for the flow of people in complete safety and respecting all the health requirements, but without setting a specific date for this.
Following a correspondence addressed to the Director of the Merchant Navy, Ministry of Transport and Logistics, the Ministry of Health unveiled the “temporary” provisions of the health protocol for travelers by sea.
The ministry is making temporary arrangements for travelers by sea:
Passenger health form, to be downloaded online before boarding (also distributed on board the ship), duly completed.
In addition, it will be necessary to provide a valid anti-Covid-19 vaccine passport according to the requirements of the country of origin. Residents in Morocco (Moroccans or foreigners) must have a vaccination passport according to the national vaccination protocol or the negative result of a PCR test of less than 72 hours (time between sampling and registration).