Don't let the health emergency deprive you of the pleasure of traveling. Before making a reservation, check if the country of destination or your country of origin has implemented travel restrictions, for example if there are entry restrictions, if travel for tourism is allowed to your destination, if it is mandatory to take a swab test or to quarantine upon arrival and return to the homeland.
For this reason, we created this page to guide you in choosing your next trip in total safety. We point out that the information contained herein is updated regularly by covidcontrols.co and it is not subject to verification by Amaka. For this, and since the situation regarding travel restrictions is constantly evolving, we invite you to also consult the government website of your country. For Italy viaggiaresicuri.it.

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countries

Open borders

These countries are open to travelers with no particular formal restrictions on entry. For more precise information, however, we kindly invite you to read the details of eachcountry.

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countries

Partially open

These countries have reopened their borders, with some specific restrictions and with different entry requirements depending on the country of origin, as specified in the details of each country.

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countries

Closed borders

These countries do not allow foreign travelers to enter. In most cases, only citizens returning home or people in other special circumstances can enter.

South Africa
Open borders

General Info
The South African authorities have published COVID-19 guidelines and advice and have introduced measures to limit the spread of the virus. Failure to comply could result in a fine or arrest. Masks should be warn in public places, including shops, malls, offices, factories, taxes, buses, trains or any other indoor public space. Masks are no longer a requirement for outdoor gatherings.

Touristic Info
Flights to South Africa has resumed from all countries, and land borders are open. Anyone can visit. Fully vaccinated travelers can enter South Africa without taking a PCR test provided they have proof of their inoculations. Unvaccinated arrivals are required to show proof of a negative test taken within 72 hours of the date of travel. Those arriving without a test, if required, will be subject to an antigen test and will be quarantined for 10 days at their own expense if they test positive.

Events
Allowed under covid restrictions

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Botswana
Open borders

General Info
Gatherings included funerals, weddings, business meetings, and workshops, are permitted with continued safety protocols: wearing of masks, social distancing, and the use of hand sanitizers when regular hand-washing is impossible. Restaurants have resumed operates at full capacity as permitted by their trading licenses. All sports and recreational activities have resumed. The sale and consumption of alcohol are again permitted. All schools are open and follow safety protocols.

Touristic Info
Airports in Gaborone (GBE), Kasane (BBK) and Maun (MUB) reopened. If you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to take a coronavirus test to travel to Botswana. You will need to present your vaccination certification during travel and on arrival. Unvaccinated people must present proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test, which was obtained not more than 72 hours before the date of travel. You may also be asked to undertake an additional PCR test at the port of entry at your own cost. If the test is positive, you will be permitted to isolate within the district of the port of entry at your own cost.

Events
Events are allowed but wearing of masks, social distancing, and frequent sanitizing is mandatory

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Fully Open
Events: Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Namibia
Open borders

General Info
The Government of Namibia has implemented the following restrictions in response to the pandemic: Only Katima Mulilo, Ariamsvlei, and Noordoewer border posts and Walvis Bay Harbour can be used for tourist entries by land and sea. Effective March 17, 2022, wearing of masks in public places is no longer mandatory. However, people who are in close settings, such as public transport, indoor public meetings are encouraged to wear masks. Physical distance of no less than 1 meter must be maintained between persons at all times. The number of attendees at public gatherings allowed are 1,000 people.  Organizers must ensure that hand sanitizer is available, face masks are used, and social distancing is practiced. Grocery stores remain well-stocked. Sale of alcohol is restricted from 09:00 to 18:00 from Monday to Friday and 09:00 to 13:00 on Saturdays. No sale of alcohol is allowed on Sundays and Public Holidays. Liquor may only be sold to and purchased on those days by guests booked in or staying at establishments such as hotels, guesthouses, bed and breakfast facilities and casinos. Salons, beauty parlors, hairdressers, pools, spas, gyms, studios, and fitness canters shall practice public health measures. Both the service providers and clients must wear masks, sanitize, and maintain social distancing. Vulnerable persons are advised to stay at home, except for attending to essential needs.

Touristic Info
International flights to Namibia have now resumed. Effective March 17, 2022, fully vaccinated travelers are no longer required to produce a negative PCR test result upon arrival at a Namibian Points of Entry, but are instead required to present an authentic, valid vaccination card at Point of Entry. Travelers who are not fully vaccinated must produce a negative COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result not older than 72 hours calculated from the date the sample for testing was taken and issued by a certified laboratory to issue SARS-Co V-2 test results in the country of issue. Namibian citizens, holders of Namibian permanent residence permits, those with domicile status in Namibia, and holders of Namibian employment permits are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test upon returning to Namibia. Arriving passengers may be subject to medical screening at ports of entry.

Events
The number of attendees at public gatherings allowed are 1,000 people.  Organizers must ensure that hand sanitizer is available, face masks are used, and social distancing is practiced.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Zambia
Open borders

General Info
Zambia has implemented multiple public health measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 within its borders: Wearing a facemask is required in all public spaces, including on public transport. Maintaining social distancing of 1 meter (3 feet) is required, and individuals are urged to avoid crowded places. Individuals must wash their hands frequently with soap and water or sanitize them with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Persons are urged to seek medical attention in a timely manner if feeling unwell. Businesses, governmental institutions, and other establishments may require individuals to adhere to additional COVID-19-related measures to enter their premises or access services. Some establishments and services may be subject to reduced operating schedules.

Touristic Info
Commercial flights are operating, and international air and land borders are open. Fully vaccinated travelers do not require any form of negative COVID test results but are required to provide proof of full vaccination status. Fully vaccinated means complete doses of a vaccine-for example, first and second doses of a two dose COVID-19 vaccine. Not fully vaccinated international travelers MUST show proof of a COVD-19 PCR test for a sample collected within 72 hours of departure from the country of origin. Children below the age of 12 years old are exempt from these measures. Zambia has implemented limited screening upon arrival at the international airport in Lusaka. The screening entails completing COVID-19 risk assessment form and may include using no-touch thermometers (“thermo-scanners”) to check body temperature. Symptomatic individuals will be required to self-isolate for 14 days and may be asked to submit samples for additional COVID-19 testing.

Events
Allowed under covid restrictions

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Mozambique
Open borders

General Info
On April 20, Mozambique ended its State of Calamity, which was brought in due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most restrictions have been dropped and the curfew has been lifted. Masks continue to be mandatory in all closed venues and public transport. Most shopping centres, markets, restaurants, cafes and bars are open, with no restrictions on timings. There may be more restrictions in place locally. Spectators are allowed in sports games and championships. Public beaches are now open. Swimming pools, gyms and other areas for physical training activities are now open. All religious services are now permitted.

Touristic Info
Entry to Mozambique is allowed to all travellers with a valid tourist, business or residency visa. The issuing of border visas for tourism purposes has now resumed. All passengers and crew arriving in the country must: 1. present a certificate proving complete vaccination against SARS COV-2 or proof of a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction test (PCR) for SARS COV-2, valid for 72 hours on arrival in the country; or 2. perform the Antigen-based Rapid Test upon entry into the country, at their own expense, for those who do not present a certificate proving complete vaccination against SARS COV-2 or a valid PCR test; an 3. citizens with a positive result in paragraph 2) must comply with home isolation, at their own expense, according to the rules of the health authorities. Children up to 11 years of age are exempt from presenting the COVID-19 test or complete vaccination certificate when entering the national territory. All passengers and crew with symptoms, regardless of age, arriving in the country must be tested for COVID-19 at the point of entry. The validity of the PCR test for SARS COV-2 is 7 days, counted from the date of sample collection, for citizens of Mozambique or foreign nationality who need multiple entries into the country in a short period of time or who take a short trip abroad. Individuals with SARS COV-2 infection or COVID-19 are subject to the following regime: 1. mandatory home isolation of 7 days, if they do not have medical criteria for admission: or 2. institutional isolation or internment in an appropriate health facility for therapeutic purposes, if they have medical criteria for internment defined by the competent authorities; and 3. the criteria for discharge from isolation are defined by the Ministry that oversees the area of health.

Events
No restriction

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: No
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Fully Open
Events: Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Tanzania
Open borders

General Info
There are no restrictions on public gatherings or services. Some hotels, bars and restaurants remain closed for the time being. You should continue to practice measures recommended by PHE such as hand washing and social distancing.

Touristic Info
International flights have now resumed. Travellers should be prepared for unexpected travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice. Fully vaccinated travelers are exempt from testing requirements. Travelers will be required to present a valid vaccination certificate with QR code for verification upon arrival. The only accepted vaccines are those which have been approved by the URT and the World Health Organization. Travelers who are unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated are required to present a negative COVID-19 test certificate with QR code upon arrival. The test must be a Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test or Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) collected at a nationally accredited/approved laboratory, with the sample collected within 72 hours of departure to Tanzania. All travelers entering Tanzania will be subject to enhanced screening for COVID-19. Travelers to Tanzania who are not fully vaccinated and are arriving from countries with variants of concern or with high numbers of COVID-19 cases or who have traveled through those countries in the last 14 days are required to take a rapid test at their own expense at the point of entry. The list of countries for which a rapid test is required can be found at https://www.moh.go.tz or at the point of entry. Fully vaccinated travelers to are exempt from the COVID-19 rapid test requirements. The COVID-19 rapid test cost for travelers arriving in the Tanzania mainland by air or marine vessel is $10 or TZS 23,000. The COVID-19 rapid test cost for travelers arriving in Zanzibar is $25 or TZS 58,000. Children aged five years or younger are also exempt from the COVID-19 rapid test requirements. Asymptomatic travelers who test positive upon arrival shall be subjected to mandatory quarantine at their own cost at designated places under strict surveillance procedures until they test negative using an RT-PCR test or are evaluated by public health experts as non-infectious. Symptomatic travelers who test positive upon arrival will be isolated for treatment at designated health facilities until they become asymptomatic. They will then be transferred to designated places for quarantine until they test negative using a RT-PCR test. The list of quarantine locations can be found at https://www.moh.go.tz. Travelers subject to mandatory quarantine are responsible for all costs associated with the quarantine, including hotel and treatment fees. The Ministry of Health “Travel Advisory No. 9 of 24th December, 2021” has details on these requirements: https://www.moh.go.tz/en/announcements.

Events
There are no restrictions on public gatherings or services. practice of measures recommended by PHE such as hand washing and social distancing is necessary.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Fully Open
Events: Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Kenya
Open borders

General Info
Public transport in Kenya is now able to operate at full capacity. Restaurants and eateries may open to customers, provided they comply with Government of Kenya public health protocols including social distancing. Bars are permitted to operate until 11pm. All public and political gatherings are prohibited. The maximum number of persons permitted to attend weddings and funerals has been capped at 100, with all in attendance expected to abide by Ministry of Health protocols. Kenyan citizens have been advised to avoid crowded places and to work remotely where possible. Many shops and restaurants are conducting mandatory temperature checks and will expect customers to use handwashing facilities before entering the premises.

Touristic Info
Kenyan borders are now open. Foreigners who would like to visit the country can easily apply for a Kenya visa. Passengers aged 18 and over must have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing full vaccination. COVID-19 vaccines approved by the World Health Organization are accepted. A medical certificate with proof of recovery is also accepted. The certificate must be from no more than 90 days ago. Passengers without a vaccine certificate, such as those under 18 years old or with a recovery certificate, must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result. Foreign visitors should take the PCR test no more than 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in English. Passengers under the age of 5 do not have to get tested before travel. Passengers do not have to quarantine upon arrival in Kenya as long as they: -Do not have a body temperature above 37.5°C (99.5°F) -Do not have a persistent cough, difficulty breathing, or other flu-like symptoms -Have a negative PCR-based COVID-19 test conducted within 72 hours of travel and valid vaccination certificate All travelers who wish to visit Kenya must complete an online registration form before departure. The “Travelers Health Surveillance Form” requires that each traveler provides information about the status of their health, including if they have experienced any COVID-19 symptoms. Apply for the Kenyan Health Surveillance Form here https://bit.ly/35hFhTA.

Events
Public Gatherings are prohibited. The maximum number of persons permitted to attend weddings and funerals has been capped at 100

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Uganda
Open borders

General Info
The Ugandan Ministry of Health has advised that fully vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear a face mask outdoors provided there are no crowds. Further guidance is available from the Ministry of Health website. Some government buildings may require evidence that you are fully vaccinated to allow entry. Public transport is now operating at full capacity but passengers must adhere to COVID guidance, including no air conditioning.

Touristic Info
Uganda's air and land borders are open for international travel. If you are fully vaccinated (and for children under the age of 6) you are now able to enter Uganda via air and land border points without showing a negative COVID-19 PCR certificate. You will be required to show evidence that you are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated you will need to show a negative COVID-19 PCR certificate issued no more than 72 hours before departure on arrival by land or air.

Events
Events of more than 200 people banned

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: No;


Ethiopia
Open borders

General Info
Government directives to help limit the spread of COVID-19 currently include: Any person known to be infected with coronavirus is prohibited from entering the country, mixing or meeting with other people in any way that may spread the virus Gatherings (including religious gatherings, weddings and funerals) are limited to 50 people. Gatherings of over 50 people must be authorised by the relevant authority. Organisers and participants must comply with all measures outlined in the Ministry of Health Directive, from page 20. Personal in-home gatherings such as birthday parties may only include family members. Deliberate physical contact is banned, including greetings by handshake Wearing of face masks is mandatory in all public places (except for children under 6 years or those with a relevant provable condition) Individuals will be expected to ensure that they are 2 adult strides apart at all times Schools, universities and daycare centres are banned from operating until appropriate safety measures are agreed Any person that suspects they have COVID-19 must report to the Ministry of Health or Ethiopian Public Health Institute (call 8335 or 952) to be tested All sectors and businesses (including hotels, cinemas, tour operators) must provide necessary sanitising material and information to customers and staff, maintain 2 strides distance where appropriate and maintain the cleanliness of their premises. Cafes, bars and restaurants are limited to serving three people per table. Occupancy limits are in place for nightclubs as well as rules on no contact. Sports may take place in compliance with coronavirus measures, but no spectators are allowed apart from participants Visits to care homes for the elderly are prohibited. Visits to prisons must comply with coronavirus measures Public transport providers must comply with relevant coronavirus measures, including reduced passenger loads, mask-wearing and ventilation Those required to self-isolate at home should follow the correct procedures (page 13, Ministry of Health Directive)

Touristic Info
Ethiopia's borders remain open to international travelers who meet the Ethiopian visa requirements. Ethiopia has revised the entry requirement in relation to COVID-19 Pandemic effective from 1st April 2022. 1. Any international traveler above the age of twelve coming through international airports of the country shall bring a certificate of negative RT PCR test done up to 72 hours or three days before departure or Antigen- RDT negative test up to 24 hours before arriving to Ethiopia. 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-article 1 of this Article, the traveler can enter the country without RT PCR or Antigen – RDT test certificate if he/she has a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 within 90 days or if he/she has completed the COVID-19 vaccine in full and provides evidence. 3. Without prejudice to sub article 1 and 2 of this article, if transit passenger entering through international airports of the county don’t enter the city or don’t leave his/her hotel designated by the airline, sub article 1 and 2 does not apply on him/her. Whereas if he/she is to enter the city leaving the airport or hotel designated by the Airline, sub article 1 and 2 above shall apply or shall be tested negative with Antigen-RDT done at the airport or hotels designated by the airlines. 4. Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-article 1 and 2 of this article, if the traveler is a diplomat and fails to fulfill the requirements provided under sub-article 1 and 2 of this article, he/she shall be tested at the airport and enter the country. Whereas if the test result is positive or if he refuses for test, he/she shall self-isolate for 7 days. 5. Notwithstanding the provisions of sub- article 1 and 2 of this article, a returnee may enter the country by taking Antigen-RDT test at the airport if he does not fulfill the requirements provided under sub article 1 and 2 of this article. If the test result is positive, he/she shall be followed up in accordance with the relevant protocol. Any person who is coronavirus positive is prohibited from entering the country. Note: -The COVID-19 RT-PCR test result certificate taken/issued in Ethiopia for travel from Ethiopia is not allowed to be used on the return flight. -“Full vaccination” means 2 weeks after taking of the single dose of Johnson and Johnson, and 2 doses for Astra Zeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Moderna, and Pfizer. -“Recovery” refers to declaration of an individual free from COVID-19 which is decided according to the health professional on time based, symptom based and test based criterions. If a patient is asymptomatic, he will be declared recovered 7 days after the day of sample collection for RT PCR test which turned positive or the day of positive Antigen RDT test. If a patient is symptomatic, he will be declared recovered after minimum of 7 days from the date of start of symptoms and additional 3 days without symptoms.

Events
Events of more than 50 people banned.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Morocco
Open borders

General Info
Morocco requires proof of vaccination to enter most private and public establishments, including hotels, restaurants, cafes, gyms, hammams, grocery stores, and public modes of transportation.

Touristic Info
The Kingdom of Morocco has reopened its sea and air borders and travelers. All travelers must present a valid vaccination passport or a negative PCR test result less than 72 hours old. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from all requirements. Travelers wishing to travel to Morocco, by any means, must present a health form (https://bit.ly/3O43A9B) , to be downloaded online before boarding, duly completed. It is also distributed on board the airport or ship.

Events
Proof of vaccination is required.

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Egypt
Open borders

General Info
Mosques have been open for daily prayers with the exception of Friday prayers. A ban on funerals and marriage ceremonies remains in place. Clubs, coffee shops, and restaurants have reopened with preventative measures in place. Hotels are able to open at 25% capacity. Cinemas and theatres are allowed to reopen at a maximum seating capacity of 25% allowed

Touristic Info
Egypt is open for tourism, and flights have resumed. Visitors from eligible countries can now apply for an Egypt eVisa online. (https://www.egyptonlinevisa.com/application-form/) Passengers from all countries can enter Egypt with valid proof of a negative COVID-19 test result or vaccine certificate. Passengers who do not have a valid vaccination certificate need to take a COVID-19 PCR or antigen test before flying to Egypt. A printed negative test result certificate is required to enter the country. To be considered valid to travel to Egypt, the test result certificate must be issued: -By an approved laboratory -In Arabic or English -No more than 72 hours before arrival -With a QR code *Passengers under the age of 12 are exempt from the test requirement. Passengers do not have to have a COVID-19 test to travel to Egypt if they are fully vaccinated. A vaccination certificate showing the full course was completed at least 14 days before arrival is required. The approved COVID-19 vaccines to travel to Egypt are: AstraZeneca Janssen Moderna Pfizer-BioNTech Sinopharm Sinovac Sputnik V Travelers arriving from countries of variant concern may be subject to a COVID-19 test on arrival in Egypt, even if fully vaccinated. *Children under the age of 12 are also exempt from this entry requirement. For more details https://www.egyptonlinevisa.com/travel-restrictions/#Egypt-PCR-test-requirement

Events
Events of 25% capacity allowed.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: No;


Rwanda
Open borders

General Info
The Government of Rwanda is taking measures to respond to COVID-19. Citizens and residents of Rwanda must be fully vaccinated in order to access public places. People attending any event must present a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 48 hours prior to meeting. Wearing face masks is no longer mandatory (but people are encouraged to wear masks indoors).

Touristic Info
Rwanda Is Open for Tourism. All travelers arriving in Rwanda must have a negative Covid-19 certificate. The only accepted test is a SARS-CoV 2 Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) performed within 72 hours prior to departure (meaning travelers must be tested and get results within 3 days of their first flight). Other tests, such as Rapid Diagnostics Tests (RDTs), are not accepted for international travelers. COVID-19 Test is not mandatory for accompanied children under 5 years. At Kigali International Airport, all incoming travelers eligible (aged 12 years and above) for Covid-19 vaccine are encouraged to be fully vaccinated before their travel. Covid-19 RT-PCR and Antigen Rapid Tests will be taken upon arrival at own cost and travelers will do self-isolation until they get negative PCR test results taken on arrival. At the airport, the payment for Covid-19 tests taken on arrival of 62,200 Rwf or 65 USD (55USD for covid-19 tests and 10USD for specific logistics to the airport) will be done as per the indications of the passenger locator form. For passengers who opt for a cash payment at arrival, the balance will be given in Local currency (RWF). The passenger who wouldn’t use the payment methods on the passenger locator form may be required to pay again at arrival and claim for refund for any previous payment made. In order to facilitate Rwandan citizens to test regularly for Covid-19 and to know their status, including Rwandans returning home, the Government of Rwanda will subsidize the cost of Covid-19 tests whereby for the mandatory Covid-19 tests taken on arrival, Rwandan citizens will pay Rwf 45,000 or 45 USD (35USD for covid-19 tests and 10USD for specific logistics to the airport) instead of current cost. All travellers arriving in Rwanda must complete the passenger locator form (https://travel.rbc.gov.rw/travel/) and upload the COVID-19 test certificate before heading to the airport. For more details click here https://www.visitrwanda.com/rwanda-reopens/

Events
Allowed under covid restrictions

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Yes
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Mauritius
Open borders

General Info
Places of worship can only accommodate 10 people. The restriction on numbers at social gatherings including marriages, funerals and cultural events is 50 people. Beaches are open but picnics are not allowed. Concerts and sports competitions are not allowed. Most businesses including restaurants, fitness centres and cinemas are open to fully vaccinated people only. Nightclubs and bars remain closed. Open markets can trade. All schools are closed, although crèches remain open. Social distancing and wearing of face masks in public remains mandatory.

Touristic Info
Mauritius has opened its borders for travelers, under strict protocols, and some domestic restrictions are being lifted. As from Friday 27 May 2022, all vaccinated visitors from Reunion island are allowed entry in Mauritius subject to a negative COVID-19 test taken 24 hours prior to travelling. Otherwise, they also have the possibility of undergoing a rapid test upon arrival in Mauritius. This excellent measure will undoubtedly boost arrivals from Reunion island, which is our largest short-haul source market. Vaccinated Guests -You must be fully vaccinated to freely explore our island and its attractions throughout your holiday -It is mandatory to arrange COVID-19 insurance health cover (Mauritian citizens, resident permit holders and occupational permit holders are exempted) -You must present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours from your last point of embarkation -COVID-19 testing will be required upon arrival (day 0) and on day 5 of your stay Unvaccinated guests must book a 14-night quarantine stay in an official quarantine hotel. -It is mandatory to arrange COVID-19 insurance health cover (Mauritius citizens, resident permit holders are exempted) -You will be subject to a test on arrival (day 0) -You must self-isolate for 7 days in accommodation of your choice -You must take an antigen test on day 7 -If you test negative on day 7, you can freely explore the island from day 8 of your stay -Prior to travel, it is compulsory for all travellers to fill out the digital Mauritius All in One travel form, which you can access via the link below. It will generate a PDF document with a QR Code, which must be presented to Health Officials on arrival at Mauritius Airport. At the moment, you also need to fill out the Immigration Disembarkation Card, which will be handed to you during your flight to Mauritius. Please submit this to the Immigration Officials on arrival at Mauritius Airport. ALL IN ONE TRAVEL FORM (https://safemauritius.govmu.org/)

Events
Events of more than 50 people banned. Places of worship can only accommodate 10 people.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Madagascar
Open borders

General Info
As of 3 September 2021, the Government of Madagascar lifted the national Health State of Emergency which had been in place since March 2021.

Touristic Info
Madagascar is now open for travelers. All travellers to Madagascar need to follow pre-departure PCR test, antigen test on arrival, and any relevant quarantine requirements, regardless of vaccination status. -Presentation of a negative result of an Rt-PCR test performed 72 hours before boarding -Performing a rapid antigen test upon arrival in Madagascar, at the traveler’s expense ( 15€ / 20$ / 65.000 MGA ) -In case of a positive result to the rapid antigen test on arrival, a 7-day self-isolation at least will be implemented in a dedicated facility, at the traveler’s expense.

Events
No restriction

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Fully Open
Events: Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Seychelles
Open borders

General Info
The Government of Seychelles has introduced new restrictions on the use of public spaces and services, following an increase in the number of coronavirus cases in Seychelles. These measures will remain in place until further notice. A nationwide curfew is in place from 11pm to 4am. You should not travel outside your accommodation between these times without authorisation. Restrictions on movement are reviewed regularly. House parties are not permitted and no gatherings of more than four persons, indoors or outdoors, including on beaches and in public places, are allowed. All shops, bars and casinos will close at 7pm until further notice. All shops must close at 7pm. Bars and casinos may open until 10pm. Restrictions are enforceable by law and can change at short notice. You should consult the Ministry of Health in Seychelles for further information and monitor local media for the latest developments.

Touristic Info
Commercial flights are allowed to arrive in the Seychelles. With immediate effect, Seychelles will be welcoming all visitors from any part of the world. No quarantine and pre-travel negative COVID-19 test are required for fully Vaccinated or recent past infection. Foreign visitors who are not fully Vaccinated or never vaccinated need to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test done within 72h before departure or a negative COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test within 24h before departure (children under age 12 are exempted). All travelers must have valid travel & health insurance to cover COVID-19 related quarantine, isolation, or treatment. Complete Travel Authorisation at seychelles.govtas.com See the full details here https://bit.ly/3IROss4

Events
Gatherings of more than 4 people banned.

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Tunisia
Open borders

General Info
Tunisian authorities are maintaining precautionary measures as of May 11 to curb the spread of COVID-19. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to enter public spaces; compliance is mandatory for both Tunisians and foreigners. Public places are enforcing hygiene measures. Gatherings, protests, and other events are banned. Wearing a facemask is required in public spaces and while using public transport for individuals over the age of six. Authorities may implement localized COVID-19-related restrictions in parts of Tunisia, particularly in regions that experience a rise in COVID-19 cases.

Touristic Info
Tunisia Has Reopened Borders For Tourism. If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Tunisia without needing to test or quarantine. The 05-day self-confinement rule is no longer required for foreign visitors over the age of 18 who are not vaccinated or who have not completed their vaccination schedule. However, they are still compelled to present a negative result of a PCR test carried out 48 hours before boarding or of a 24-hour rapid test prior arriving on Tunisian territory.

Events
Allowed under covid restrictions

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Capo Verde
Open borders

General Info
Cape Verde is in a ‘state of alert’. The Cape Verde government has eased some of the restrictive measures previously in place, while maintaining the need to observe some rules on social distancing and hygiene: keep a social distance of at least 1m wash your hands regularly respect the rules on maximum occupancy in shops and services, restaurants, cafés and on public transport If you test positive for COVID-19, it is still mandatory to self-isolate at your accommodation or in accommodation provided by the health authorities for 14 days. If you test positive but do not have any symptoms you will still need to self-isolate for 10 days at your accommodation. With ongoing effect: Shops and stores close at 8:30pm, with the exception of pharmacies and bread shops which close at 9pm Bars, open-air cafés selling alcoholic drinks, restaurants, snack bars and takeaways close at 12am in most areas but 2am in pedestrianised and beach-front areas Lounge bars, night clubs and discos close at 4am Cultural, recreational, sporting and leisure activities and family events, such as weddings and christening, are permitted, subject to the rules on social distancing and hygiene

Touristic Info
Cape Verde’s air and sea borders are open. International travelers entering Cabo Verde require one of the following: A negative COVID-19 test result. Arriving passengers may present a negative COVID-19 PCR-RT test administered within 72 hours of flight departure or an antigen test (Ag-RDT, commonly known as a “rapid test”) administered no more than 48 hours prior to flight departure to Cabo Verde; or, A valid COVID-19 certificate with complete vaccination series. Effective April 15, the Cabo Verdean government restricts the validity of vaccination certificates without a booster shot to 270 days (9 months) from the date of the last dose of the primary series. Vaccination certificates attesting to a booster dose will not be subject to a period of validity. Certification of recovery from COVID-19. The Ministry of Health may require individuals exposed to a COVID-19 case or those displaying symptoms to self-quarantine. Should you be required to self-isolate at home, it is advisable to ensure you maintain at least a two–week supply of food, water, and any essential medicines.

Events
Allowed under covid restrictions

Trasports
Operational with restrictions

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Partially Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


Zimbabwe
Open borders

General Info
Everyone in a public place must observe social distancing (i.e. keep at least one metre apart), sanitize their hands and wear a face mask. Non-essential business can open at their discretion as long as they adhere to the above-mentioned measures of social distancing, sanitizing and mask-wearing. Restaurants, hotels, liquor suppliers, bars and nightclubs can open from 8am to 10pm (license dependent) to fully vaccinated customers, subject to strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols.

Touristic Info
Zimbabwe has re-opened its international airport, and travelers are allowed to enter. If you’re fully vaccinated, you can enter Zimbabwe by presenting a certificate of proof of vaccination (2 doses) by means of one or more of the World Health Organisation-approved vaccines. Alternatively, you can present a valid negative test certificate of a COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 48 hours prior to departure. If you’re not fully vaccinated, you must possess the result certificate of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 48 hours before your departure to Zimbabwe. There are no exemptions from COVID-19 requirements for children. Children aged 17 and under should follow the rules for fully vaccinated travellers to enter Zimbabwe.

Events
Social distancing measure.

Trasports
Operational

Lockdown: Partial
Tourists: Allowed
Bars and Restaurants: Open with restrictions
Events: Allowed
Tourist Attractions: Open
Shopping: Open
Quarantine Requested: Depends;


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