Morocco has maintained its position among the countries that are allowed into the EU territory in Europe’s coronavirus preventive measures. This is despite the ‘safe list’ shrinking from 15 to 11.
However, Morocco’s inclusion remains under surveillance and its status could change if the health situation worsens.
Morocco announced a daily case count of 826 on Wednesday, the highest number the country has recorded thus far. Morocco has recorded a total of 22,213 infections since the beginning of the outbreak.
Countries whose travelers will now be allowed into the EU, if members approve the list submitted today, are: Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Morocco, Georgia, Rwanda, and Uruguay. China is set to maintain its provisional approval.