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7 days ago

Travel Express

SOUTH AFRICA to open borders for international travel October 1.
* Travel may be restricted to and from certain countries that have high infection rates. A list of countries will be published based on the latest scientific data.
*Travellers will only be able to use one of the land border posts that have remained operational during the lockdown or one of the three main airports: King Shaka, OR Tambo and Cape Town International Airport.
*On arrival, travellers will need to present a negative COVID-19 test result not older than 72 hours from time of departure.
*Where a traveller has not done a COVID-19 test prior to departure, they will be required to remain in mandatory quarantine at their own cost.
*All travellers will be screened on arrival and those presenting with symptoms will be required to remain in quarantine until a repeat COVID-19 test is conducted.
*All travellers will be asked to install the COVID Alert South Africa mobile app.
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Full release here www.gov.za/speeches/president-cyril-ramaphosa-progress-south-africas-effort-contain-coronavirus-c...
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1 week ago

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ZIMBABWE to reopen for international visitors starting October 1, according to Reuters.
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Travelers are required to have a PCR (polymerase chain reaction) COVID-19 certificate within 48 hours of departure. No further details regarding quarantine or other restrictions.
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www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-zimbabwe/zimbabwe-to-resume-flights-from-thursday-i...
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2 weeks ago

Travel Express

UPDATE: Namibia has removed the 7 day quarantine for visitors! www.facebook.com/TravelExpressAgency/posts/3801444623203112NAMIBIA to open for tourism September 1! Highlights as follows, full details at the link below.
*Travelers may only enter into (WDH) Hosea Kutako International Airport
*Negative COVID test not more than 72 hours old will be required to board
*Health questionnaire and full travel itinerary must be submitted online or at the airport
*Health insurance/ travel insurance required
*Travelers must go directly to their overnight establishment and stay 7 days minimum (no stopover hotels, establishments must be registered)
*COVID tests must be administered on day 5 of seclusion at their first destination

www.namibiatourism.com.na/page/tourism-revival-initiative
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4 weeks ago

Travel Express

NAMIBIA to open for tourism September 1! Highlights as follows, full details at the link below.
*Travelers may only enter into (WDH) Hosea Kutako International Airport
*Negative COVID test not more than 72 hours old will be required to board
*Health questionnaire and full travel itinerary must be submitted online or at the airport
*Health insurance/ travel insurance required
*Travelers must go directly to their overnight establishment and stay 7 days minimum (no stopover hotels, establishments must be registered)
*COVID tests must be administered on day 5 of seclusion at their first destination

www.namibiatourism.com.na/page/tourism-revival-initiative
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2 months ago

Travel Express

The international do not travel warning has been lifted for US citizens, but there are still some restrictions in place. In addition, many countries may still have closed borders for tourism. See travel.state.gov for more detail.The Global Level 4 Health Advisory (which had advised Americans to avoid international travel) has been lifted. However, each country now has an individual Travel Advisory, with a corresponding risk level (between Levels 1-4). If you are considering travel, thoroughly research your destination’s current advisory level, entry restrictions, quarantine policy, movement restrictions, and curfews. Borders may close and flights may be canceled without advance warning. Go to travel.state.gov/destination. 📸: O. Woods; New Zealand ... See MoreSee Less

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