Sudan can be permitting travellers from Britain, Netherlands and South Africa. The guests must quarantine for 14 days and present a destructive Covid check report.
PUBLISHED ON JAN 14, 2021 07:26 AM IST
Sudan has lifted a ban on travellers coming from Britain, the Netherlands and South Africa as of Wednesday till April 11, the nation’s civil aviation authority stated in an announcement.
The nation imposed the ban on December 23 because of the discovery of a brand new variant of the coronavirus within the three nations.
As an alternative of the ban, travellers from the three nations must quarantine for 14 days after arriving in Sudan, and should report any illness signs to well being officers, the authority stated.
All travellers coming from overseas will need to have a certificates exhibiting a destructive check for Covid-19 issued inside 72 hours of journey, it added.
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