Morocco: Morocco will restrict regular passenger flights to France beginning Friday, November 26, in an effort to halt Covid transmission after france reported a resurgence. The suspension will take effect at 11:59 p.m. and will last until further notice, according to a statement from the Moroccan Monitoring Committee of Covid-19.
According to sources, the decision was made to "preserve Morocco's successes in terms of pandemic management and to deal with the deterioration of the health situation in other European nations."
For the same reason, Morocco had previously cancelled flights to Russia, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands. Since November 10, the country has seen a dramatic drop in Covid-19 cases, indicating the end of the pandemic's third wave. Morocco has the greatest percentage of people fully vaccinated against Covid in Africa. The immunisation programme began on January 28.
In Morocco, the total number of people who have been fully vaccinated has reached 22,613,171, accounting for more than 70 percent of the target population. In Morocco, a total of 24,405,128 first doses and 1,633,289 booster shots have been delivered, according to the Ministry of Health. There have been 949,378 Covid cases and 14,770 deaths in Morocco so far.