Travelling to Kenya & Tanzania

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Tanzania

All travelers, whether foreigners or returning residents, entering or leaving the United Republic of Tanzania will be subjected to enhanced screening for COVID-19. There will be no 14-day mandatory quarantine.

All travelers, whether foreigners or returning residents, whose countries or airlines require them to get tested for COVID-19 with a negative test result as a condition for traveling will be required to present a certificate upon arrival. Travelers from other countries with symptoms and signs related to COVID-19 will undergo enhanced screening and may be required to undergo COVID-19 RT-PCR testing.

Passengers must complete a Traveller Surveillance Form before arrival at Dar es Salaam.

All passengers traveling to Dubai, including passengers connecting in Dubai, must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate issued by a local government-approved laboratory.

The test must be taken no more than 96 hours before departure to be accepted on the flight. Bring an official printed certificate—SMS and digital certificates are not accepted. Children below 12 years old and passengers with moderate or severe disability are not required to present this certificate.

Kenya

All passengers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate issued no more than 96 hours before departure at check-in.

All passengers must present a completed Kenya Travelers Health Surveillance form online and present the corresponding QR code to Port Health authorities upon arrival.

A 14-day self-quarantine is mandatory for passengers arriving from certain countries as determined by the Ministry of Health. Passengers arriving from specified countries are currently exempted from self-quarantine measures.

All arriving passengers on international flights whose body temperature is not above 37.5 °C (99.5 °F); do not have a persistent cough, difficulty in breathing or other flu-like symptoms; have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 96 hours of travel and are from countries considered low to medium risk COVID-19 transmission areas will not be required to undergo self-quarantine.

TRAVELERS FROM THE FOLLOWING APPROVED STATES AND TERRITORIES WILL BE EXEMPT FROM QUARANTINE ARRIVING IN KENYA

1. Afghanistan
2. Albania
3. Algeria
4. Andorra
5. Angola
6. Anguilla
7. Antigua and Barbuda
8. Armenia
9. Aruba
10. Australia
11. Austria
12. Azerbaijan
13. Bahamas
14. Bahrain
15. Barbados
16. Belarus
17. Belgium
18. Belize
19. Benin
20. Bermuda
21. Bhutan
22. Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba
23. Botswana
24. British Virgin Islands
25. Brunei Darussalam
26. Bulgaria
27. Burkina Faso
28. Burundi
29. Cabo Verde
30. Cambodia
31. Cameroon
32. Canada
33. Cayman Islands
34. Central African Republic
35. Chad
36. China
37. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
38. Comoros
39. Congo
40. Croatia
41. Cuba
42. Curaçao
43. Cyprus
44. Czechia
45. Democratic Republic of Congo
46.Denmark
47. Djibouti
48. Dominica
49. Egypt
50. El Salvador
51. Equatorial Guinea
52. Eritrea
53. Estonia
54. Eswatini
55. Ethiopia
56. Faroe Islands
57. Fiji
58. Finland
59. France
60. French Guiana
61. French Polynesia
62. Gabon
63. Gambia
64. Georgia
65. Germany
66. Ghana
67. Gibraltar
68.Greece
69. Greenland
70. Grenada
71. Guadeloupe
72. Guam
73. Guernsey
74. Guinea
75. Guinea-Bissau
76. Guyana
77. Haiti
78. Holy See
79. Hungary
80. Iceland
81. India
82. Ireland
83. Isle of Man
84. Italy
85. Ivory Coast
86. Jamaica
87. Japan
88. Jersey
89. Jordan
90. Kazakhstan
91. Kosovo
92. Kuwait
93. Kyrgyzstan
94. Lao People’s Democratic Republic
95. Latvia
96. Lebanon
97. Lesotho
98. Liberia
99. Libya
100. Liechtenstein
101. Lithuania
102. Luxembourg
103. Madagascar
104. Malawi
105. Malaysia
106. Maldives
107. Mali
108. Malta
109. Martinique
110. Mauritania
111. Mauritius
112. Mayotte
113. Mexico
114. Monaco
115. Mongolia
116. Montenegro
117. Montserrat
118. Morocco
119. Mozambique
120. Myanmar
121. Namibia
122. Netherlands
123. New Caledonia
124. New Zealand
125. Nicaragua
126. Niger
127. Nigeria
128. North Macedonia
129. Norway
130. Oman
131. Pakistan
132. Papua New Guinea
133. Philippines
134. Poland
135. Portugal
136. Puerto Rico
137. Qatar
138. Réunion
139. Russian Federation
140. Rwanda
141. Saint Barthélemy
142. Saint Kitts and Nevis
143. Saint Lucia
144. Saint Martin
145. Saint Pierre and Miquelon
146. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
147. San Marino
148. Sao Tome and Principe
149. Saudi Arabia
150. Senegal
151. Serbia
152. Seychelles
153. Sierra Leone
154. Singapore
155. Slovakia
156. Slovenia
157. Somalia
158. South Africa
159. South Korea
160. South Sudan
161. Spain
162. Sri Lanka
163. Sudan
164. Suriname
165. Sweden 166. Switzerland 167. Syrian Arab Republic 168. Tajikistan 169. Thailand 170. The United States of America 171. Timor-Leste
172. Trinidad and Tobago
173. Togo
174. Tunisia
175. Turkey
176. Turks and Caicos Islands
177. Uganda
178. United Arab Emirates
179. United Kingdom
180. United Republic of Tanzania
181. Uruguay
182. Uzbekistan
183. Viet Nam
184. Yemen
185. Zambia
186. Zimbabwe

This list is subject to change as determined by the Ministry of Health risk assessment.

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