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Stranded by Coronavirus

Travelers stranded in Morocco say they’re getting little or no help from the U.S. embassy: “Wish us luck!”

“I am currently stuck in Morocco.” “Currently stranded here.” “We are currently stuck in Marrakesh.” “A group of us came to be in Morocco for 10 days.” “We got to Morocco on March 8.” “We’ve been on a Sahara camping trip.” “I’m here in Morocco with my older brother and new sister-in-law. They just got married.” “But around Thursday, the 12th, we started getting word that Morocco is thinking about implementing a travel ban.” “A few days later Morocco closed all borders, and banned all travel in or out of the country.” “They only had one flight out to JFK because overpacked. So that is how we got here.” “The consulate and the embassy aren’t really, don’t seem like they’re really helping us get home.” “The U.S. embassy has not given us a direct answer on when we will be able to leave.” “We have talked to other travelers from Europe and their embassies have reached out. Ours has not.” “The embassy lines are not really working.” “I went to the consular office in Casablanca downtown. No way to get in touch with anybody over there.” “The answer has been between three to two weeks they should be able to give us some sort of idea of a plan, but until then to sit tight.” “Honestly we’re pretty frustrated.” “I’m sick. I have diabetes. I’m running out of medicine.” “So we’re kind of stuck here for the time being.” “And we’re just waiting.” “Yeah.” “Pretty much we’re here with no answer on how we’re going to do to get out of here.” “We’re kind of just waiting it out and hoping that eventually the U.S. government will come through for us.” “Wish us luck.”

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Stranded by Coronavirus

Travelers stranded in Morocco say they’re getting little or no help from the U.S. embassy: “Wish us luck!”

“I am currently stuck in Morocco.” “Currently stranded here.” “We are currently stuck in Marrakesh.” “A group of us came to be in Morocco for 10 days.” “We got to Morocco on March 8.” “We’ve been on a Sahara camping trip.” “I’m here in Morocco with my older brother and new sister-in-law. They just got married.” “But around Thursday, the 12th, we started getting word that Morocco is thinking about implementing a travel ban.” “A few days later Morocco closed all borders, and banned all travel in or out of the country.” “They only had one flight out to JFK because overpacked. So that is how we got here.” “The consulate and the embassy aren’t really, don’t seem like they’re really helping us get home.” “The U.S. embassy has not given us a direct answer on when we will be able to leave.” “We have talked to other travelers from Europe and their embassies have reached out. Ours has not.” “The embassy lines are not really working.” “I went to the consular office in Casablanca downtown. No way to get in touch with anybody over there.” “The answer has been between three to two weeks they should be able to give us some sort of idea of a plan, but until then to sit tight.” “Honestly we’re pretty frustrated.” “I’m sick. I have diabetes. I’m running out of medicine.” “So we’re kind of stuck here for the time being.” “And we’re just waiting.” “Yeah.” “Pretty much we’re here with no answer on how we’re going to do to get out of here.” “We’re kind of just waiting it out and hoping that eventually the U.S. government will come through for us.” “Wish us luck.”

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Stranded by Coronavirus

Travelers stranded in Morocco say they’re getting little or no help from the U.S. embassy: “Wish us luck!”

“I am currently stuck in Morocco.” “Currently stranded here.” “We are currently stuck in Marrakesh.” “A group of us came to be in Morocco for 10 days.” “We got to Morocco on March 8.” “We’ve been on a Sahara camping trip.” “I’m here in Morocco with my older brother and new sister-in-law. They just got married.” “But around Thursday, the 12th, we started getting word that Morocco is thinking about implementing a travel ban.” “A few days later Morocco closed all borders, and banned all travel in or out of the country.” “They only had one flight out to JFK because overpacked. So that is how we got here.” “The consulate and the embassy aren’t really, don’t seem like they’re really helping us get home.” “The U.S. embassy has not given us a direct answer on when we will be able to leave.” “We have talked to other travelers from Europe and their embassies have reached out. Ours has not.” “The embassy lines are not really working.” “I went to the consular office in Casablanca downtown. No way to get in touch with anybody over there.” “The answer has been between three to two weeks they should be able to give us some sort of idea of a plan, but until then to sit tight.” “Honestly we’re pretty frustrated.” “I’m sick. I have diabetes. I’m running out of medicine.” “So we’re kind of stuck here for the time being.” “And we’re just waiting.” “Yeah.” “Pretty much we’re here with no answer on how we’re going to do to get out of here.” “We’re kind of just waiting it out and hoping that eventually the U.S. government will come through for us.” “Wish us luck.”

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Stranded by Coronavirus

Travelers stranded in Morocco say they’re getting little or no help from the U.S. embassy: “Wish us luck!”

“I am currently stuck in Morocco.” “Currently stranded here.” “We are currently stuck in Marrakesh.” “A group of us came to be in Morocco for 10 days.” “We got to Morocco on March 8.” “We’ve been on a Sahara camping trip.” “I’m here in Morocco with my older brother and new sister-in-law. They just got married.” “But around Thursday, the 12th, we started getting word that Morocco is thinking about implementing a travel ban.” “A few days later Morocco closed all borders, and banned all travel in or out of the country.” “They only had one flight out to JFK because overpacked. So that is how we got here.” “The consulate and the embassy aren’t really, don’t seem like they’re really helping us get home.” “The U.S. embassy has not given us a direct answer on when we will be able to leave.” “We have talked to other travelers from Europe and their embassies have reached out. Ours has not.” “The embassy lines are not really working.” “I went to the consular office in Casablanca downtown. No way to get in touch with anybody over there.” “The answer has been between three to two weeks they should be able to give us some sort of idea of a plan, but until then to sit tight.” “Honestly we’re pretty frustrated.” “I’m sick. I have diabetes. I’m running out of medicine.” “So we’re kind of stuck here for the time being.” “And we’re just waiting.” “Yeah.” “Pretty much we’re here with no answer on how we’re going to do to get out of here.” “We’re kind of just waiting it out and hoping that eventually the U.S. government will come through for us.” “Wish us luck.”

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Stranded by Coronavirus

Travelers stranded in Morocco say they’re getting little or no help from the U.S. embassy: “Wish us luck!”

“I am currently stuck in Morocco.” “Currently stranded here.” “We are currently stuck in Marrakesh.” “A group of us came to be in Morocco for 10 days.” “We got to Morocco on March 8.” “We’ve been on a Sahara camping trip.” “I’m here in Morocco with my older brother and new sister-in-law. They just got married.” “But around Thursday, the 12th, we started getting word that Morocco is thinking about implementing a travel ban.” “A few days later Morocco closed all borders, and banned all travel in or out of the country.” “They only had one flight out to JFK because overpacked. So that is how we got here.” “The consulate and the embassy aren’t really, don’t seem like they’re really helping us get home.” “The U.S. embassy has not given us a direct answer on when we will be able to leave.” “We have talked to other travelers from Europe and their embassies have reached out. Ours has not.” “The embassy lines are not really working.” “I went to the consular office in Casablanca downtown. No way to get in touch with anybody over there.” “The answer has been between three to two weeks they should be able to give us some sort of idea of a plan, but until then to sit tight.” “Honestly we’re pretty frustrated.” “I’m sick. I have diabetes. I’m running out of medicine.” “So we’re kind of stuck here for the time being.” “And we’re just waiting.” “Yeah.” “Pretty much we’re here with no answer on how we’re going to do to get out of here.” “We’re kind of just waiting it out and hoping that eventually the U.S. government will come through for us.” “Wish us luck.”

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Stranded by Coronavirus

Travelers stranded in Morocco say they’re getting little or no help from the U.S. embassy: “Wish us luck!”

“I am currently stuck in Morocco.” “Currently stranded here.” “We are currently stuck in Marrakesh.” “A group of us came to be in Morocco for 10 days.” “We got to Morocco on March 8.” “We’ve been on a Sahara camping trip.” “I’m here in Morocco with my older brother and new sister-in-law. They just got married.” “But around Thursday, the 12th, we started getting word that Morocco is thinking about implementing a travel ban.” “A few days later Morocco closed all borders, and banned all travel in or out of the country.” “They only had one flight out to JFK because overpacked. So that is how we got here.” “The consulate and the embassy aren’t really, don’t seem like they’re really helping us get home.” “The U.S. embassy has not given us a direct answer on when we will be able to leave.” “We have talked to other travelers from Europe and their embassies have reached out. Ours has not.” “The embassy lines are not really working.” “I went to the consular office in Casablanca downtown. No way to get in touch with anybody over there.” “The answer has been between three to two weeks they should be able to give us some sort of idea of a plan, but until then to sit tight.” “Honestly we’re pretty frustrated.” “I’m sick. I have diabetes. I’m running out of medicine.” “So we’re kind of stuck here for the time being.” “And we’re just waiting.” “Yeah.” “Pretty much we’re here with no answer on how we’re going to do to get out of here.” “We’re kind of just waiting it out and hoping that eventually the U.S. government will come through for us.” “Wish us luck.”

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Stranded by Coronavirus

Travelers stranded in Morocco say they’re getting little or no help from the U.S. embassy: “Wish us luck!”

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