When Morocco announced it will selectively open borders from July 15, citizens and residents stuck abroad rejoiced. But those in the US are struggling to meet the Moroccan government’s stringent COVID-19 testing requirements.

US Testing Deficiencies a Barrier for Moroccans Trying to Return Home
A drive up COVID-19 testing station in Seattle, Washington. Photo: Ted S. Warren/AP Photo
Morgan Hekking holds a BA in International Relations from Hobart & William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York.