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COVID-19 Vacc. -6.72%
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Airlines Updates
Published on 26.04.2022, Camair-Co:

Camair-Co makes its maiden flight between Douala- Yaoundé- N’Djamena

Published on 11.04.2022, Camair-Co:

Camair-Co flights to N'Djamena, from Yaoundé and Douala (Cameroon), and Libreville (Gabon), will be available again from 24APR22.

Published on 03.03.2022, :

Latest News:

Published on 21.01.2022, Camair-Co:

Cameroonian Government commission recommends strategic investor and restructuring for Camair-Co.

Published on 05.01.2022, Camair-Co:

Camair-Co strengthens its fleet, with an Airbus A-320.

Published on 04.01.2022, Camair-Co:

Camair-Co under pressure for AFCON

Published on 15.12.2021, Camair-Co:

Cameroon: Camair-CO to resume services from 17DEC21.

Published on 13.12.2021, Camair-Co:

Cameroon: Camair-Co resumes African routes with Gabon on 17DEC21.

Published on 24.03.2021
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Published on 16.10.2020
Camair-Co postpones resumption of flights again

Published on 12.10.2020
Camair-Co postpones domestic flights resumption to October 16, 2020

Published on 08.10.2020
Camair-Co to resume domestic flights on 12 October

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Open for travel from Cameroon
Crossing Rules

Total entry ban
Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to passengers with a visa.

Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 3 days before departure from the first embarkation point.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 5 years.

Passengers are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) test upon arrival.

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Flight Restrictions
Published on 09.08.2021

1. Passengers are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - nationals and residents of Cameroon; - passengers with a visa.

2. Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 3 days before departure from the first embarkation point. - This does not apply to passengers younger than 10
years.

3. Passengers are subject to a COVID-19 rapid antigen test upon arrival. - This does not apply to passengers younger than 10 years.

published 30.10.2020

Total entry ban
Passengers are not allowed to enter.

Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 3 days before departure from the first embarkation point.

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site.
If you have a proof of a recent (no older than 72 hours before boarding) negative coronavirus test, you will normally not have to self-isolate. Anyone that has developed symptoms of Coronavirus on their travel or tests positive on arrival at Yaoundé or Douala airport will be held for further enquiries to trace contacts and movements. We believe that anyone testing positive can quarantine at the location of your host or private accommodation until a negative PCR test is produced. These requirements are regularly evolving.

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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

You must have proof of a recent (no older than 72 hours before first boarding) negative coronavirus PCR test to board your flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports.
The Government of Cameroon demands a negative Coronavirus PCR test from all travellers aged five and above. (Some airlines demand a PCR test from travellers aged two and above, so check with your airline.)

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2022-04-26
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 1828882
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 395
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 6.72
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 15

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for all travellers aged 9
months or over.
WHO vaccination recommendation: yes

Malaria (2019)
Malaria risk due predominantly to P. falciparum exists throughout the year in the entire country.
WHO recommended prevention: C

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Full Restrictions

  • Cameroon Latest News:

    Internations Restrictions:
    *Entry to Cameroon: There are multiple commercial flight options to enter and leave Cameroon. Access across Cameroon’s land and sea borders is currently restricted due to COVID-19.
    Travel requirements to enter and exit Cameroon can change without notice and without proactive communication. The Centre for the Coordination of Public Health Emergency Operations conditions of entry and exit to Cameroon website is the best source of the latest information.
    Requirements apply:
    You must have proof of a recent (no older than 72 hours before first boarding) negative coronavirus PCR test to board your flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports.
    The Government of Cameroon demands a negative Coronavirus PCR test from all travellers aged five and above. (Some airlines demand a PCR test from travellers aged two and above, so check with your airline.)
    Your negative coronavirus test result should be in PDF format, clearly stating the date of the test and the type of test (which should be PCR). Electronic copies are accepted.You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Testing/screening on arrival: All international travellers are subjected to extra, rapid flow, testing for Coronavirus on arrival at Yaoundé and Douala international airports. This is the Rapid Flow test. At present this includes all passengers arriving in Cameroon. These tests are compulsory. Results are returned while passengers are at the airport. There is no fee.
    This is in addition to the requirement to have a negative PCR test 72 hours before embarkation on the first leg of your journey to Cameroon.
    *Quarantine requirements: If you have a proof of a recent (no older than 72 hours before boarding) negative coronavirus test, you will normally not have to self-isolate. Anyone that has developed symptoms of Coronavirus on their travel or tests positive on arrival at Yaoundé or Douala airport will be held for further enquiries to trace contacts and movements. We believe that anyone testing positive can quarantine at the location of your host or private accommodation until a negative PCR test is produced. These requirements are regularly evolving.
    *Exit Requirements: All travellers leaving Cameroonian territory must present a negative PCR or a rapid flow test result at the airport from the last 72 hours. We strongly advise that you take a PCR test, with a QR barcode. Your country of destination or transit may have other requirements.
    Travellers leaving Cameroon are frequently asked for their Yellow Fever certificate as they pass through security. You should carry it with you as you pass through the airport.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public places and services: Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted. Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited.
    You must wear a face mask in public spaces and there is occasional sanctioning of those people found to have breached restrictions and any confinement measures imposed on them.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

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    03.03.2022
  • Cameroon Latest News:

    Internations Restrictions:
    *Entry to Cameroon: There are multiple commercial flight options to enter and leave Cameroon. Access across Cameroon’s land and sea borders is currently restricted due to COVID-19.
    Travel requirements to enter and exit Cameroon can change without notice and without proactive communication. The Centre for the Coordination of Public Health Emergency Operations conditions of entry and exit to Cameroon website is the best source of the latest information.
    You must have proof of a recent (no older than 72 hours before first boarding) negative coronavirus PCR test to board your flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports.
    The Government of Cameroon demands a negative Coronavirus PCR test from all travellers aged five and above. (Some airlines demand a PCR test from travellers aged two and above, so check with your airline.)
    Your negative coronavirus test result should be in PDF format, clearly stating the date of the test and the type of test (which should be PCR). Electronic copies are accepted. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Testing/screening on arrival: All international travellers are subjected to extra, rapid flow, testing for Coronavirus on arrival at Yaoundé and Douala international airports. This is the Rapid Flow test. At present this includes all passengers arriving from Europe, including the UK. These tests are compulsory. Results are returned while passengers are at the airport. There is no fee.
    This is in addition to the requirement to have a negative PCR test 72 hours before embarkation on the first leg of your journey to Cameroon.
    *Quarantine requirements: If you have a proof of a recent (no older than 72 hours before boarding) negative coronavirus test, you will normally not have to self-isolate. Anyone that has developed symptoms of Coronavirus on their travel or tests positive on arrival at Yaoundé or Douala airport will be held for further enquiries to trace contacts and movements. We believe that anyone testing positive can quarantine at the location of your host or private accommodation until a negative PCR test is produced.These requirements are regularly evolving.
    *Exit Requirements: All travellers leaving Cameroonian territory must present a negative PCR or a rapid flow test result at the airport from the last 72 hours. You should take a PCR test, with a QR barcode. Your country of destination or transit may have other requirements.
    Travellers leaving Cameroon are frequently asked for their Yellow Fever certificate as they pass through security. You should carry it with you as you pass through the airport.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Cameroon: Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats.
    You must wear a mask or face covering to be allowed to enter any airport in Cameroon.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation is generally open at the current time.
    *Public places and services: Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted.
    Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited.
    You must wear a face mask in public spaces and there is occasional sanctioning of those people found to have breached restrictions and any confinement measures imposed on them.
    Schools and other educational establishments have reopened after closure during the summer of 2020. However, in the North West and South West regions, many remain closed due to the ongoing conflict.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

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    07.01.2022
  • Cameroon Latest News:

    Internations Restrictions:
    *Entry to Cameroon: There are now some commercial flight options to leave Cameroon. Cameroon has closed all its land, sea and air borders in response to coronavirus and has only partly reopened to nationals, residents, diplomats and professionals. Proof of a recent (no older than three days before application) negative coronavirus test must be provided to obtain a visa. Separately, you must have proof of a recent (no older than three days before first boarding) negative coronavirus test to board your flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports. Your negative coronavirus test result should be in PDF format, clearly stating the date of the test and the type of test (e.g. PCR).
    *Testing/screening on arrival: On 29 October, the Cameroonian authorities decreed that passengers coming from some countries particularly affected by COVID-19 (described as in ‘the red zone’, but with no further clarification) will be subjected to extra testing for COVID-19 on arrival at Yaoundé and Douala international airports. This is the Rapid Flow test. At present this includes all passengers arriving from Europe, including the UK. These tests are compulsory. Results are returned while passengers are at the airport. There is no fee. This is in addition to the requirement to have a negative test 72 hours before embarkation on the first leg of your journey to Cameroon.
    *Quarantine requirements: If you have a proof of a recent (no older than three days before boarding) negative coronavirus test, you will normally not have to self-isolate. Anyone that has developed symptoms of Coronavirus on their travel or tests positive on arrival at Yaoundé or Douala airport must quarantine at a government-monitored hotel for 14 days. These requirements are regularly evolving.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Cameroon: Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats.
    You must wear a mask or face covering to be allowed to enter any airport in Cameroon.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation is generally open at the current time.
    *Public places and services: Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted.
    Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited.
    You must wear a face mask in public spaces and there is occasional sanctioning of those people found to have breached restrictions and any confinement measures imposed on them.
    Schools and other educational establishments have reopened after closure during the summer of 2020. However, in the North West and South West regions, many remain closed due to the ongoing conflict.
    *If you test positive for COVID-19, you may need to stay where you are until you test negative. You may also need to seek treatment there.

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    22.10.2021
  • Cameroon Internations Restrictions:
    *Entry to Cameroon: There are now some commercial flight options to leave Cameroon. Cameroon has closed all its land, sea and air borders in response to coronavirus and has only partly reopened to nationals, residents, diplomats and professionals. Proof of a recent (no older than three days before application) negative coronavirus test must be provided to obtain a visa. Separately, you must have proof of a recent (no older than three days before first boarding) negative coronavirus test to board your flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports. Your negative coronavirus test result should be in PDF format, clearly stating the date of the test and the type of test (e.g. PCR).
    *Testing/screening on arrival: On 29 October, the Cameroonian authorities decreed that passengers coming from some countries particularly affected by COVID-19 (described as in ‘the red zone’, but with no further clarification) will be subjected to extra testing for COVID-19 on arrival at Yaoundé and Douala international airports. This is the Rapid Flow test. At present this includes all passengers arriving from Europe, including the UK. These tests are compulsory. Results are returned while passengers are at the airport. There is no fee. This is in addition to the requirement to have a negative test 72 hours before embarkation on the first leg of your journey to Cameroon.
    *Quarantine requirements: If you have a proof of a recent (no older than three days before boarding) negative coronavirus test, you will normally not have to self-isolate. Anyone that has developed symptoms of Coronavirus on their travel or tests positive on arrival at Yaoundé or Douala airport must quarantine at a government-monitored hotel for 14 days. These requirements are regularly evolving.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Cameroon: Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats. You must wear a mask or face covering to be allowed to enter any airport in Cameroon.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation is generally open at the current time.
    *Public places and services: Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted. Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited. You must wear a face mask in public spaces and there is systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures imposed on them. Schools and other educational establishments have reopened, except in the North West and South West regions, where many remain closed due to the ongoing conflict.

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    24.03.2021
  • Cameroon Latest News: Camair-Co delays resumption of flights until 16 October (Business in Cameroon, 12.10.2020)

    Internations Restrictions:
    *Entry to Cameroon: There are now some commercial flight options to leave Cameroon. Cameroon has closed all its land, sea and air borders in response to coronavirus and has only partly reopened to nationals, residents, diplomats and professionals. Proof of a recent (no older than three days before application) negative coronavirus test must be provided to obtain a visa. Separately, you must have proof of a recent (no older than three days before first boarding) negative coronavirus test to board your flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports. Your negative coronavirus test result should be in PDF format, clearly stating the date of the test and the type of test (e.g. PCR).
    *Testing/screening on arrival: On 29 October, the Cameroonian authorities decreed that passengers coming from some countries particularly affected by COVID-19 (described as in ‘the red zone’, but with no further clarification) will be subjected to extra testing for COVID-19 on arrival at Yaoundé and Douala international airports. At present this includes all passengers arriving from Europe. These tests are compulsory. Results are returned while passengers are at the airport. There is no fee. This is in addition to the requirement to have a negative test 72 hours before embarkation on the first leg of your journey to Cameroon.
    *Quarantine requirements: If you have a proof of a recent (no older than three days before boarding) negative coronavirus test, you will normally not have to self-isolate. Anyone that has developed symptoms of Coronavirus on their travel or tests positive on arrival at Yaoundé or Douala airport must quarantine at a government-monitored hotel for 14 days. These requirements are regularly evolving.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flights: website here.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Cameroon: Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats. You must wear a mask or face covering to be allowed to enter any airport in Cameroon.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation is generally open at the current time.
    *Public places and services: Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted. Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited. You must wear a face mask in public spaces and there is systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures imposed on them. Schools and other educational establishments have reopened, except in the North West and South West regions, where many remain closed due to the ongoing conflict.

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    04.12.2020
  • Cameroon Latest News: Camair-Co delays resumption of flights until 16 October (Business in Cameroon, 12.10.2020)

    Internations Restrictions:
    *Entry to Cameroon: There are now some commercial flight options to leave Cameroon. Cameroon has closed all its land, sea and air borders in response to coronavirus and has only partly reopened to nationals, residents, diplomats and professionals. Proof of a recent (no older than three days before application) negative coronavirus test must be provided to obtain a visa. Separately, you must have proof of a recent (no older than three days before first boarding) negative coronavirus test to board your flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports. Your negative coronavirus test result should be in PDF format, clearly stating the date of the test and the type of test (e.g. PCR).
    *Testing/screening on arrival: On 29 October, the Cameroonian authorities decreed that passengers coming from some countries particularly affected by COVID-19 (described as in ‘the red zone’, but with no further clarification) will be subjected to extra testing for COVID-19 on arrival at Yaoundé and Douala international airports. At present this includes all passengers arriving from Europe. These tests are compulsory. Results are returned while passengers are at the airport. There is no fee. This is in addition to the requirement to have a negative test 72 hours before embarkation on the first leg of your journey to Cameroon.
    *Quarantine requirements: If you have a proof of a recent (no older than three days before boarding) negative coronavirus test, you will normally not have to self-isolate. Anyone that has developed symptoms of Coronavirus on their travel or tests positive on arrival at Yaoundé or Douala airport must quarantine at a government-monitored hotel for 14 days. These requirements are regularly evolving.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flights: website here.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Cameroon: Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats. You must wear a mask or face covering to be allowed to enter any airport in Cameroon.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation is generally open at the current time.
    *Public places and services: Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted. Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited. You must wear a face mask in public spaces and there is systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures imposed on them. Schools and other educational establishments have reopened, except in the North West and South West regions, where many remain closed due to the ongoing conflict.

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    23.11.2020
  • Cameroon Latest News: Camair-Co delays resumption of flights until 16 October (Business in Cameroon, 12.10.2020)

    Internations Restrictions:
    *Entry to Cameroon: There are now some commercial flight options to leave Cameroon. Access across Cameroon’s land and sea borders is currently restricted. Proof of a recent (no older than three days before application) negative coronavirus test must be provided to obtain a visa. Separately, you must have proof of a recent (no older than three days before first boarding) negative coronavirus test to board your flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports. Your negative coronavirus test result should be in PDF format, clearly stating the date of the test and the type of test (e.g. PCR).
    *Testing/screening on arrival: On 29 October, the Cameroonian authorities decreed that passengers coming from some countries particularly affected by COVID-19 (described as in ‘the red zone’, but with no further clarification) will be subjected to extra testing for COVID-19 on arrival at Yaoundé and Douala international airports. At present this includes all passengers arriving from Europe. These tests are compulsory. Results are returned while passengers are at the airport. There is no fee. This is in addition to the requirement to have a negative test 72 hours before embarkation on the first leg of your journey to Cameroon.
    *Quarantine requirements: If you have a proof of a recent (no older than three days before boarding) negative coronavirus test, you will normally not have to self-isolate. Anyone that has developed symptoms of Coronavirus on their travel or tests positive on arrival at Yaoundé or Douala airport must quarantine at a government-monitored hotel for 14 days. These requirements are regularly evolving.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flights: website here.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Cameroon: Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats. You must wear a mask or face covering to be allowed to enter any airport in Cameroon.
    *Accommodation: Accommodation is generally open at the current time.
    *Public places and services: Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted. Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited. You must wear a face mask in public spaces and there is systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures imposed on them. Schools and other educational establishments have reopened, except in the North West and South West regions, where many remain closed due to the ongoing conflict.

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    10.11.2020
  • Cameroon Internations Restrictions:
    UNLP holders are now required to obtain a visa from the Embassy of Cameroon before travelling (WFP, 17.07.2020). There are now some commercial flight options to leave Cameroon, however most international flights are still suspended. Access across Cameroon’s land and sea borders is currently tightly restricted. UNHAS flights recommenced 24 April 2020. All land and maritime borders have been closed. Restrictions do not apply for cargo and to Cameroon nationals wishing to go back home.
    Air passengers must have proof of a recent (no older than three days before first boarding) negative coronavirus test to board their flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports. Your negative coronavirus test result should be in PDF format, clearly stating the date of the test and the type of test (e.g. PCR).

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flights: website here.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats.
    You must wear a mask or face covering and gloves to be allowed to enter any airport in Cameroon. Accommodation is generally open at the current time. Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted.
    Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited.
    Additional measures include the requirement to wear face masks in public spaces and a systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures imposed on them.
    Schools and other educational establishments have partly reopened. International schools have indicated that they plan to reopen in September.

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    07.10.2020
  • Cameroon *****Internations Restrictions:
    UNLP holders are now required to obtain a visa from the Embassy of Cameroon before travelling (WFP, 17.07.2020) There are now some commercial flight options to leave Cameroon, however most international flights are still suspended. Access across Cameroon’s land and sea borders is currently tightly restricted.
    UNHAS flights recommenced 24 April 2020. All land and maritime borders have been closed. Restrictions do not apply for cargo and to Cameroon nationals wishing to go back home.
    Air passengers must have proof of a recent (no older than three days before first boarding) negative coronavirus test to board their flight to Cameroon and to enter at Yaoundé or Douala Airports.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs: [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats.
    You must wear a mask or face covering and gloves to be allowed to enter any airport in Cameroon. Accommodation is generally open at the current time. Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted.
    Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited.
    Additional measures include the requirement to wear face masks in public spaces and a systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures imposed on them.
    Schools and other educational establishments have partly reopened. International schools have indicated that they plan to reopen in September.

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    06.08.2020
  • Cameroon Ethiopian Airlines resumes flights to Cameroon from 13 July; face masks mandatory to prevent COVID-19 spread (Aviation24.be, 11.07.2020)

    *****Internations Restrictions:
    There are now some commercial flight options to leave Cameroon, however most international flights are still suspended. Access across Cameroon’s land and sea borders is currently tightly restricted.
    UNHAS flights recommenced 24 April 2020.
    Air passengers who do enter the country through charter or other government-approved flights will undergo a rapid test for COVID-19 at the airport. If positive, they will be required to be in isolation at home or in a government facility at their own expense depending on their symptoms. If negative, they are required to self-quarantine at home for 14 days. All land and maritime borders have been closed. Restrictions do not apply for cargo and to Cameroon nationals wishing to go back home.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats.
    You must wear a mask or face covering and gloves to be allowed to enter any airport in Cameroon. Accommodation is generally open at the current time. Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted.
    Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited.
    Additional measures include the requirement to wear face masks in public spaces and a systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures imposed on them.
    Schools and other educational establishments have partly reopened. International schools have indicated that they plan to reopen in September.

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    16.07.2020
  • Cameroon *****Internations Restrictions:
    Most international flights have been suspended, but some have now resumed.
    UNHAS flights recommenced 24 April 2020.
    Air passengers who do enter the country through charter or other government-approved flights will undergo a rapid test for COVID-19 at the airport. If positive, they will be required to be in isolation at home or in a government facility at their own expense depending on their symptoms. If negative, they are required to self-quarantine at home for 14 days. All land and maritime borders have been closed. Restrictions do not apply for cargo and to Cameroon nationals wishing to go back home.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Travel within the country should be limited to essential travel only. The authorities have banned public transport (taxis, buses, motorbikes) from taking more passengers than they have seats. Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited. Restrictions on bars, restaurants and entertainment spots have been lifted.
    Visits to public institutions, including government buildings, have been limited. Additional measures include the requirement to wear face masks in public spaces and a systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures imposed on them. Schools and other educational establishments have been shut down and all exams and competitions cancelled until 1 June when they will resume. Pharmacies and health centres remain open.

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    26.06.2020
  • Cameroon All international commercial flights to Cameroon are suspended from 18 March 2020 00.01UTC until further notice.
    UNHAS flights recommenced 24 April 2020.

    1. Flights to Cameroon are suspended.
    – This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency.
    – This does not apply to humanitarian flights (medevac, repatriation flights).
    2. Airline crew are subject to quarantine.

    All inbound travellers will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival.

    All land and maritime borders have been closed. Restrictions do not apply for cargo and to Cameroon nationals wishing to go back home.

    Internal restrictions:

    All social venues are closed. As of 30 April, restaurants and bars are allowed to remain open after 18.00 (local time). Social distancing measures and the wearing of face masks are mandatory for the customers. All schools are closed. Gatherings of over 50 people are banned. In Bafoussam (West region), weddings celebrations have been suspended until further notice. The wearing of face masks is mandatory in all public spaces. A systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures are imposed. Checkpoints to be set up in urban and rural areas.The wearing of face masks is mandatory in taxis and public transport.
    Relaxation in restrictions: Reopening of universities only for the lectures on 1st June until 30 August. Sanitarian measures will be implemented in front of the auditoriums. Public transport restrictions have been lifted however wearing of masks remains compulsory and surcharges remain banned.

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    02.06.2020
  • Cameroon All international commercial flights to Cameroon are suspended from 18 March 2020 00.01UTC until further notice.
    UNHAS flights recommenced 24 April 2020.

    All inbound travellers will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival.

    All land and maritime borders have been closed. Restrictions do not apply for cargo and to Cameroon nationals wishing to go back home.

    Internal restrictions:

    All social venues are closed. As of 30 April, restaurants and bars are allowed to remain open after 18.00 (local time). Social distancing measures and the wearing of face masks are mandatory for the customers. All schools are closed. Gatherings of over 50 people are banned. In Bafoussam (West region), weddings celebrations have been suspended until further notice. The wearing of face masks is mandatory in all public spaces. A systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures are imposed. Checkpoints to be set up in urban and rural areas.The wearing of face masks is mandatory in taxis and public transport.
    Relaxation in restrictions: Reopening of universities only for the lectures on 1st June until 30 August. Sanitarian measures will be implemented in front of the auditoriums. Public transport restrictions have been lifted however wearing of masks remains compulsory and surcharges remain banned.

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    01.06.2020
  • Cameroon All international commercial flights to Cameroon are suspended from 18 March 2020 00.01UTC until further notice.
    UNHAS flights recommenced 24 April 2020.

    All inbound travellers will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival.

    All land and maritime borders have been closed. Restrictions do not apply for cargo and to Cameroon nationals wishing to go back home.

    Internal restrictions:

    All social venues are closed. As of 30 April, restaurants and bars are allowed to remain open after 18.00 (local time). Social distancing measures and the wearing of face masks are mandatory for the customers. All schools are closed. Gatherings of over 50 people are banned. In Bafoussam (West region), weddings celebrations have been suspended until further notice. The wearing of face masks is mandatory in all public spaces. A systematic sanctioning of those people found to have breached restriction and confinement measures are imposed. Checkpoints to be set up in urban and rural areas.The wearing of face masks is mandatory in taxis and public transport.
    Relaxation in restrictions: Reopening of universities only for the lectures on 1st June until 30 August. Sanitarian measures will be implemented in front of the auditoriums. Public transport restrictions have been lifted however wearing of masks remains compulsory and surcharges remain banned.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    OSAC Travel Advisories/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    Ministry of Health/
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