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Updated 21 June 2021

Morocco is further ahead with its COVID-19 vaccination program than any other African country by proactively developing a vaccination strategy against the emerging coronavirus as a robust public health intervention.

The national strategy for vaccination against COVID-19 is executed through a vaccination campaign targeting people over the age of 18, with the help of two vaccines: Sinopharm and AstraZeneca, available for free. Keep reading to learn how to download a certificate of vaccination (تحميل شهادة التلقيح) against the emerging coronavirus in Morocco. 

How can I register for the vaccine?

If you have a National ID or Residence Card, you will be registered for the campaign automatically, i.e., you are over 18 years of age and eligible for getting vaccinated, you will be invited to participate in the vaccination campaign by SMS sent by the number 1717 dedicated to the vaccine campaign. 

To verify the date of the vaccine appointment and location of your vaccination center, you can simply text your National ID or Residence Card number to the toll-free number 1717. 

How to download the vaccine certificate?

To download the vaccination certificate (after receiving the second dose), you should:

  1. Visit the online portal (available in French and Arabic)
  2. Enter your national identification card number, or residence card number, and date of birth.

After your request gets through, you will be able to download the vaccine certificate right away.

Benefits for Morocco vaccine certificate holders

The Scientific and Technical Committee of Morocco, responsible for tracking the epidemic, suggested changing the method of allowing travelling between cities in light of the current state of health emergency. Soon, vaccination certificates may be made compulsory for travelling between Moroccan cities. 

Moroccan authorities have also announced the gradual resumption of international flights to and from Morocco beginning June 15. You will need to provide proof that you have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with the second dose administered at least two weeks prior to travel or present a negative PCR test result before boarding your flight or ferry to Morocco.

In the future, vaccination certificates are bound to become irreplaceable for travel or for bypassing testing requirements.