Covid-19: Tanzania relaxes restrictions on international flights

On April 11, the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) suspended scheduled and non-scheduled international passenger flights into and out of the country in an effort to curb imported cases of Covid-19. PHOTO | FILE | NMG

What you need to know:

  • After the 14 days of mandatory quarantine, passengers with no symptoms of Covid-19 are allowed to leave the facilities after registering their personal information for future follow-up.
  • According to the circular, all travellers will be subjected to intensive screening, including rapid testing for Covid-19 if deemed necessary.

Tanzanian government has relaxed some restrictions on international flights to allow some categories of flight movements amid growing demand for the service, authorities say.


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