Malaysia: Updated guidelines issued for re-entry to Malaysia. More info at: Immigration Department of Malaysia
Disclaimer: The above information is provided for general information purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. If you have any further inquiries regarding the applicability of this information, please contact Debra Jane Beynon, Regional Immigration Manager (APAC).
- State of emergency extended until August 10, 2020.
- The Moroccan authorities will launch specific flights chartered by Royal Air Maroc (RAM) and Air Arabia, and ferries departing from Genoa (Italy) and Sète (France). Note: This is not considered a general reopening of borders. Only certain categories of people are permitted to travel.
- Moroccan citizens (stranded tourists, students and Moroccans living abroad) and foreign citizens (and their families) living in Morocco with a residence permit currently abroad are permitted to enter.
- Individuals can book on operating flights (RAM and Air Arabia) and ferries departing from Genoa and Sète only.
- Passengers are required to present a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test and an antibody test less than 48 hours prior to boarding (children under 11 will not be required to take the tests).
- If symptoms are suspected, passengers may be asked to undergo a clinical examination upon arrival. Arrivals will have to remain at home for seven days before taking another PCR test and getting a negative result. They will be required to download, print and sign a sworn statement via the Waiqaytna app assuring that they’ll do so.
- Foreign citizens with or without residence permits are eligible to leave without any specific authorizations. Categories who need specific authorization to leave Morocco are:
- Moroccan students recently admitted to foreign universities (with a long-stay visa) and those without a residence permit.
- Moroccans seeking medical treatment abroad.
- People benefiting from the family reunion visa.
- Moroccan citizens living abroad with a type D long-stay visa.
No source available at the time of writing, please contact Laxmi Vikraman, for more info.
- Travelers from countries with high cases of Covid-19 should quarantine for 10 days and report their arrival to the cantonal authorities within two days.
- For the Geneva Canton, visit this accredited lab (in French) to complete the form.
- For the Vaud Canton, all those arriving in Switzerland from a high-risk area must report to the health authorities in the Canton they live or intend to stay. They should call the hotline on +41 021 338 11 00.
No source available at the time of writing.
Disclaimer: The above information is provided for general information purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. If you have any further inquiries regarding the applicability of this information, please contact Laxmi Vikraman, Regional Immigration Manager (EMEA).
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