Recent Amendments to Entry Requirements and In-Country Protocols

Posted by DumaTau Camp (Kwando, Linyanti and Selinda, Botswana)

Botswana - revised regulations include:
The lifting of the suspension on the sale of alcohol.
Removal of quarantine requirements for all travellers originating from or transiting through India.
South Africa – on Adjusted Alert Level 2 as of 13 September 2021, changes include:
ï‚· A shorter curfew period between 23:00 and 04:00.
ï‚· Sale of alcohol from retail outlets for off-site consumption is permitted between 10:00 and 18:00 from Monday to Friday, and on-site consumption be permitted as per license conditions up to 22:00 daily.
Rwanda – as of 23 September 2021:
ï‚· Shorter curfew in Kigali between 23:00 and 04:00, while in the rest of the country, curfew starts at 21:00.
ï‚· Removal of the seven-day mandatory quarantine for passengers from India and Uganda.
Zimbabwe - having moved from a COVID-19 lockdown level 4 to level 2, restrictions have been eased:
ï‚· Take note of the latest phrasing used for entry requirements: Travellers entering the country must present a COVID-19 test valid within less than 48 hours.
ï‚· Quarantine is no longer a requirement for those arriving from Delta variant countries.
ï‚· Revised curfew hours are 22:00 to 05:30
ï‚· Restaurants and bars within hotels and lodges may operate from 08:00 to 22:00.