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Is it safe to travel to Morocco during Coronavirus?

Is it safe to travel to Morocco during Coronavirus?

It is without a doubt that 2019 was a year full of adventures, trips, and joy. According to some statistics we’ve never traveled as much as we did in 2019. But unfortunately, 2020 does not start well for the tourism and aviation industry not only travel to Morocco but all over the world, which anticipates its first decline in 10 years. 

Travel agents no longer count calls from concerned customers wishing to cancel or postpone travel to Morocco reservation. Is life at the time of COVID-19 a life without travel to Morocco? Not yet, experts say. As long as you are well protected, you can travel to Morocco and all over the world whenever you want. 

Are you dreaming of a travel to Morocco where you can spend a romantic weekend in Tangier with your beloved one or discovering the Great empire city of Marrakech during the spring holidays with your family? The Coronavirus outbreak may well upset your travel to Morocco plans. 

If you have nevertheless chosen to leave for a trip and to enjoy your summer holidays in Morocco, well it is very important to bear in mind that you should respect a certain number of precautions in order to make your trip safer and to stay away from any health complication that may change or cancel your plans of travel to Morocco. 

There are several medical precautions that you should take and respect during your travel to Morocco in order to anticipate and protect yourself : 

While the Coronavirus epidemic has already claimed a lot of lives in the world, it is not affecting all countries with the same intensity. Morocco is considered as one of the less affected countries by the Coronavirus. Although, before leaving, it is imperative to find out about the health situation in the region where you are going, is it always better to avoid highly affected cities, such as Casablanca and Marrakech during your travel to Morocco

. The website of the Ministry of Health offers a list of risk exposure areas updated very regularly as well as specific advice for travelers depending on each city, and this is something you should respect in order to make your travel to Morocco safe and sound. 

Slightly anxious, but still useful, the Worldometers site broadcasts in real-time the number of cases and victims on the planet. In Europe, France, Italy, and Germany are currently the most affected countries. In the rest of the world, China, South Korea, and Iran have the most cases, so if you are planning to have a trip during the summer holidays in order to get out of the quarantine mood it is better to choose Morocco as a destination. 

In order to keep controlling the sanitary situation in Morocco, many airports have implemented symptom detection measures when passengers enter using thermal imaging cameras to assess the body temperature of tourists. 

Another precaution to take is to not go to markets where animals are sold and to avoid consuming undercooked animal products, although you don’t have to worry too much about food, Morrocans are known to cook very well the meat and they do not eat it undercooked,so you can travel to Morocco without worries. 

It is also very crucial to avoid close contact with people with an acute respiratory infection during your travel to Morocco.

Wash your hands regularly with soapy water or alcohol-based washing solutions and do not forget to wear your mask, it is mandatory if you travel to Morocco.

Here are some extra precautions to take during your travel to Morocco in order to protect yourself and others and to avoid contamination risks

  • Do not forget to wash your hand with soap and water for 20 seconds at least, especially after you have been in a public place, after touching surfaces frequently touched by others.
  • If soap and water are not available, bring and use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. The right way to use it is to cover all surfaces of your hands and to rub your hands together until they feel dry. 
  • Avoid touching your eyes, your nose, or your mouth.
  • Avoid close contact with others, and try to keep a social distance of at least 1m. 
  • Moroccan restaurants are open but it is always better and safer to pick up food at drive-throughs, curbside restaurant service, or stores.

Morocco is without any doubt the perfect destination for adventure seekers and travelers. Thanks to its different landscapes, buildings, cities, and people, Morocco is a very rich country full of surprises. 

Do not hesitate to contact us and to plan your future travel to Morocco with us. 

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