Travelers from Morocco will no longer be allowed to enter the Netherlands as of Thursday, August 13, as the authorities in that country have tightened their travel restrictions as part of the fight against the Covid pandemic -19, the Dutch website Nltimes.nl reported .
In early July, the Dutch government lifted the entry ban for travelers from certain countries, including Morocco, “but in view of the increase in the number of infections with the new coronavirus, which has exceeded, in the last 14 days, the European average per 100,000 inhabitants, it was decided to once again ban entry to travelers from Morocco “, specifies this electronic newspaper.
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As a reminder, Morocco has reached a cumulative pollution rate of 94 per 100,000 inhabitants, announced on Tuesday Mouad Mrabet, coordinator of the National Center for Public Health Emergency Operations at the Ministry of Health.
This level of pollution is obviously “very high” compared to the standard set by the EU for foreign visitors.