Morocco is heading towards the long-awaited reopening of its land, sea, and air borders in July after they have been closed since March 15 o prevent further spread of Covid-19.
The news is particularly welcomed by tourism operators. Abroad, tourists are impatiently waiting (as confirmed by several international surveys) for this reopening. Not to mention that it will be especially good news for the Moroccan diaspora abroad who wish to spend their holidays in Morocco.
The news of Morocco’s border opening comes after the European Union declared July 1 as its planned date to open external borders to a select number of countries. Morocco is among 14 countries that met the EU’s epidemiological criteria and is included on their draft list as reported by the agency Europa Press.