Morocco’s Ministry of Tourism, Handicrafts , Air Transport and Social Economy has unveiled a comprehensive health protocol aimed to restarting the tourism sector in the Magreb country.
The measures catalogues the sector’s main response in four thematic areas.
The document titled: ”Tourism in Morocco post Covid-19” aims at a truly exceptional tourism experience with peace of mind.
The country’s Minister of the Sector Nadia Fettah Alaoui in her foreword said: ”The kingdom under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, has instituted preventive measures recognised b the international community as the appropriate response to the pandemic.”
The statement further read: ”Under the leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the Kingdom of Morocco has put in place a range of preventive measures, recognized and welcomed by the international community, to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, these measures that put Moroccans health and safety protection first, necessitated the shutdown of several activities, namely those related to tourism and transport.
”This strategic choice quickly bore fruit. In fact, thanks to the involvement of all the components of the State and Society, the health crisis in Morocco was rapidly and continuously contained, making the Kingdom among the countries which have best managed this pandemic at the global level.
”Aware of the issues related to this crisis, this Ministry mobilised itself promptly, in close collaboration with the bodies under its authority as well as with all the sector’s professionals, to continue making Morocco as a coveted destination by tourists from all over the world, while ensuring their health and safety as well as that of the women and men working in the sector.
”These efforts, inter alia, were reflected by implementing a wide range of health and hygiene measures by the sector’s public and private operators at all the levels of the tourism value chain, of which the present document highlights the key points.
”I look forward welcoming you again and wish you an insightful reading” she concluded.
”The protocols thoroughly outline the measures put in place by the various tourism stakeholders.”