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Covid test in Serengeti

Covid test in serengeti

The Tanzanian Ministry of Health has activated the PCR screening procedure at the Seronera Dispensary, in Serengeti. The collection of samples will be made from 8.00 to 13.00 and the results will be available in 48 hours directly on your email. This procedure will greatly facilitate the formalities of exiting Tanzania to return to your…

Covid-19 Tanzania – latest news

Covid-19

Yesterday, January 11th, a new update on the procedures for entering and leaving Tanzania was published. Due to the resurgence of the Covid-19 virus, all travelers arriving and departing from Tanzania are required to undergo the test and obtain a certificate of negativity carried out no more than 72 hours before entering the country. There…

New provisions for entry into Tanzania

Entry to Tanzania for all those wishing to visit the country is now completely free. Faced with an almost total absence of cases, the Government has decided to welcome arriving tourists for safaris, trekking and other activities without any restrictions. While continuing to maintain a high standard linked to precautionary measures that can prevent a…

New preventive measures for entering Tanzania

Covid-19 preventive measures

On 20 July 2020, the Tanzanian Government issued an addition to the decree of 18 May 2020 with the new measures decided to enter the country aimed at containing the spread of the Covid-19 virus in the country. All arriving passengers are subject to screening for the Covid-19 virus, however there is no requirement for…

COVID-19 UPDATE: VERY GOOD NEWS!

Yesterday, President John Pombe Magufuli officially spoke to the nation about the pandemic, specifying that Covid-19 cases have decreased significantly also in the city of Dar es Salaam, where the virus had most affected the population. Some sporadic cases remain, but the numbers are really comforting. As regards the entry of tourists into Tanzanian territory,…

COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 emergency, the Tanzanian Government has ordered that people arriving from the countries most affected by the virus be subjected to a 14-days quarantine at their own expenses and in facilities designated by the government itself. All passengers must fill in, on the plane or on any other mean of transport they…