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Equatorial Guinea travel restrictions

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Entry restrictions
Passengers and airline crew must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 48 hours before departure and are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) IgM rapid test upon arrival.

Forced isolation
Passengers and airline crew are subject to quarantine for 5 days.

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published 01.10.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers without a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test result issued at most 48 hours before arrival are subject to a PCR test on arrival at their own expense.

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site- subject to PCR.

All passengers are then required to quarantine for 4 days, even if they test negative, and take a second test once the 4 days have passed. Those who test negative after the second test will be free to leave quarantine. Those who test positive will be required to isolate immediately. Oil company employees will be able to isolate in oil company isolation facilities, whilst other individuals will have to go to one of the hotels which the government of Equatorial Guinea has nominated for isolation until a negative test is returned. This applies to all, including those under 18

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COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

On arrival, passengers are required to undergo a rapid COVID-19 test. You will also be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test result, using a polymerase chain reaction (PRC) test, taken within the last 48 hours.

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  • Equatorial Guinea Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. A previous ban on travellers from the UK has now been lifted. Travel from countries with coronavirus variants of concern may be restricted with short notice.
    Restrictions on the number of flights are in place. National carriers are allowed 3 weekly interregional flights and international carriers are permitted one weekly flight. Diplomatic missions and international organisations must submit a list of their personnel and/or family members travelling to Equatorial Guinea, in advance of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, confirming date of arrival, flight number and place of origin.
    On arrival, passengers are required to undergo a rapid COVID-19 test. You will also be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test result, using a polymerase chain reaction (PRC) test, taken within the last 48 hours.
    All passengers are then required to quarantine for 4 days, even if they test negative, and take a second test once the 4 days have passed. Those who test negative after the second test will be free to leave quarantine. Those who test positive will be required to isolate immediately. Oil company employees will be able to isolate in oil company isolation facilities, whilst other individuals will have to go to one of the hotels which the government of Equatorial Guinea has nominated for isolation until a negative test is returned. This applies to all, including those under 18. Authorities may withdraw passports from passengers if an invalid PCR test is presented.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Screening on arrival: Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.
    *Visas: You will need a visa to visit Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinea diplomatic missions abroad may issue diplomatic and business entry visas to Equatorial Guinea, however this is kept under review.
    The Government of Equatorial Guinea has confirmed it will not penalise Foreign nationals whose visas have expired while they are unable to leave the country due to coronavirus restrictions. If this is your situation, you should write a letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Visa Section) informing them, and keep a copy for future visa applications. You will be allowed to leave the country freely when able to, and this will not affect your chances of being granted a visa in the future.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Equatorial Guinea: You must wear a mask in public places.
    Domestic flights have resumed, however, under new guidelines, domestic flights will be limited to 3 flights per week for domestic services providers. Passengers will need to fulfil additional testing requirements to use these services. Negative PCR test certificates no older than 48 hours old are required to conduct domestic travel.
    *Accommodation: The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    *Public places and services: There is a nationwide daily curfew from 11pm to 5am across the country
    • Masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people. Authorities conduct regular patrols and you may be fined if you are caught not wearing a mask
    • Markets, banks, restaurants, places of worship and cultural events have resumed normal operations nationwide
    • Bars, discotheques, casinos and other entertainment venues have been closed
    • Weddings baptisms and other celebratory events have been suspended
    • Places of worship must adhere to strict preventative guidelines
    • Schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity
    • Other mass gatherings are not permitted
    • Some venues take temperatures and supply hand sanitizer
    Authorities in Equatorial Guinea do all official testing. If you test positive for COVID-19 while in country, you will be required to isolate immediately. Oil company employees will be able to isolate in oil company isolation facilities, whilst other individuals will have to go to one of the hotels which the government of Equatorial Guinea has nominated for isolation until a negative test is returned. This applies to all, including those under 18. There is no assistance available from the government for people who need to leave these hotels for any reason.

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    02.09.2021
  • Equatorial Guinea Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. However, entry into Equatorial Guinea is prohibited for all passengers (including stopover flights) traveling from the UK and anyone travelling from India, irrespective of their original place of embarkation.
    Restrictions on the number of flights are in place. National carriers are allowed two weekly flights and international carriers are permitted one weekly flight. Diplomatic missions and international organisations must submit a list of their personnel and/or family members travelling to Equatorial Guinea, in advance of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, confirming date of arrival, flight number and place of origin.
    On arrival, passengers are required to undergo a rapid COVID-19 test. You will also be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test result, using a polymerase chain reaction (PRC) test, taken within the last 48 hours.
    All passengers are then required to quarantine for 4 days, even if they test negative, and take a second test once the 4 days have passed. Those who test negative after the second test will be free to leave quarantine. Those who test positive will be transferred to a health centre allocated by the government and will be required to quarantine for a further 14 days. Authorities may withdraw passports from passengers if an invalid PCR test is presented. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Screening on arrival: Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.
    *Visas: You will need a visa to visit Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinea diplomatic missions abroad may issue diplomatic and business entry visas to Equatorial Guinea, however this is kept under review.
    The Government of Equatorial Guinea has confirmed it will not penalise foreign nationals whose visas have expired while they are unable to leave the country due to coronavirus restrictions. If this is your situation, you should write a letter to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Visa Section) informing them, and keep a copy for future visa applications. You will be allowed to leave the country freely when able to, and this will not affect your chances of being granted a visa in the future.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Equatorial Guinea: You must wear a mask in public places.
    Domestic flights have resumed, however, under new guidelines, domestic flights will be limited to one per day for domestic services providers. Passengers will need to fulfil additional testing requirements to use these services. Negative PCR test certificates no older than 48 hours old are required to conduct domestic travel.
    *Accommodation: The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    *Public places and services:
    • There is a daily curfew from 10pm to 6am across the country, except in Bata where it runs from 7pm to 6am
    • Masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people. Authorities conduct regular patrols and you may be fined if you are caught not wearing a mask
    • Markets, banks, restaurants, places of worship and cultural events have resumed normal operations nationwide
    • Bars, discotheques, casinos and other entertainment venues have been closed
    • Weddings baptisms and other celebratory events have been suspended
    • Places of worship must adhere to strict preventative guidelines
    • Schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity
    • Other mass gatherings are not permitted
    • Some venues take temperatures and supply hand sanitizer
    *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.
    Plan ahead and make sure you: can access money; what your insurance will cover; can make arrangements to extend your stay and be away for longer than planned

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    13.08.2021
  • Equatorial Guinea Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. However, entry into Equatorial Guinea is prohibited for all passengers (including stopover flights) traveling from the UK and anyone travelling from India, irrespective of their original place of embarkation.
    Restrictions on the number of flights are in place. National carriers are allowed two weekly flights and international carriers are permitted one weekly flight. Diplomatic missions and international organisations must submit a list of their personnel and/or family members travelling to Equatorial Guinea, in advance of arrival to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, confirming date of arrival, flight number and place of origin.
    On arrival, passengers are required to undergo a rapid COVID-19 test. You will also be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test result, using a polymerase chain reaction (PRC) test, taken within the last 48 hours.
    All passengers are then required to quarantine for 4 days, even if they test negative, and take a second test once the 4 days have passed. Those who test negative after the second test will be free to leave quarantine. Those who test positive will be transferred to a health centre allocated by the government and will be required to quarantine for a further 14 days. Authorities may withdraw passports from passengers if an invalid PCR test is presented.You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Screening on arrival: Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Equatorial Guinea: You must wear a mask in public places.
    Domestic flights have resumed, however, under new guidelines, domestic flights will be limited to one per day for domestic services providers. Passengers will need to fulfil additional testing requirements to use these services. Negative PCR test certificates no older than 48 hours old are required to conduct domestic travel.
    *Accommodation: The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    *Public places and services:
    • There is a daily curfew from 10pm to 6am across the country, except in Bata where it runs from 7pm to 6am
    • Masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people. Authorities conduct regular patrols and you may be fined if you are caught not wearing a mask
    • Markets, banks, restaurants, places of worship and cultural events have resumed normal operations nationwide
    • Bars, discotheques, casinos and other entertainment venues have been closed
    • Weddings baptisms and other celebratory events have been suspended
    • Places of worship must adhere to strict preventative guidelines
    • Schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity • Some venues take temperatures and supply hand sanitizer

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    24.06.2021
  • Equatorial Guinea International Restrictions:
    *International Travel: Some airlines have resumed limited commercial flights to and from Malabo. Air France is operating limited flights from Paris, and Ethiopian Airlines is operating limited flights from Addis Ababa.
    *Entry to Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. Entry into Equatorial Guinea is prohibited for all passengers (including stopover flights) traveling from the UK.
    Diplomatic missions and international organisations must submit a list of their personnel and/or family members travelling to Equatorial Guinea in advance of their arrival, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation confirming the date of arrival, flight number and place of origin.
    On arrival, you will be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test, using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, taken within the last 48 hours.
    All arriving passengers are also required to undergo a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival and to quarantine for 5 days, regardless of negative PCR or COVID-19 test results. Travelers will then be required to take a second test once the 5 days have passed. Those who test negative after the second test will be free to leave quarantine. However, those who test positive will be transferred to a health centre allocated by the government and will be required to quarantine for a further 14 days. Authorities may withdraw passports from passengers if an invalid PCR test is presented. You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Screening on arrival: Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.

    Internal Restrictions: *Travel in Equatorial Guinea: You must wear a mask in public places. Domestic flights have resumed, however, under new guidelines, domestic flights will be limited to one per day for domestic services providers. Passengers will need to fulfil additional testing requirements to use these services. Negative PCR test certificates are required to conduct domestic travel.
    *Accommodation: The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    *Public places and services:

    • There is a daily curfew from 7pm to 6am
    • Masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people. Authorities conduct regular patrols and you may be fined if you are caught not wearing a mask
    • Markets, banks, restaurants, places of worship and cultural events have resumed normal operations nationwide
    • Bars, discotheques, casinos and other entertainment venues have been closed
    • Weddings baptisms and other celebratory events have been suspended
    • Places of worship must adhere to strict preventative guidelines
    • Schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity
    • Other mass gatherings are not permitted
    • Some venues take temperatures and supply hand sanitizer

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    19.03.2021
  • Equatorial Guinea International Restrictions:
    Some airlines have resumed limited commercial flights to and from Malabo. Air France is operating limited flights from Paris, and Ethiopian Airlines is operating limited flights from Addis Ababa.
    *Entry to Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. Entry into Equatorial Guinea is prohibited for all passengers (including stopover flights) traveling from the UK. On 9 January, the Government of Equatorial Guinea announced the suspension of flights by French airline Air France.
    Diplomatic missions and international organisations must submit a list of their personnel and/or family members travelling to Equatorial Guinea in advance of their arrival, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation confirming the date of arrival, flight number and place of origin. On arrival, you will be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test, using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, taken within the last 48 hours.
    All arriving passengers are also required to undergo a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival and to quarantine for 5 days, regardless of negative PCR or COVID-19 test results. Travelers will then be required to take a second test once the 5 days have passed. Those who test negative after the second test will be free to leave quarantine. However, those who test positive will be transferred to a health centre allocated by the government and will be required to quarantine for a further 14 days. Authorities may withdraw passports from passengers if an invalid PCR test is presented.
    You should arrange to take a private test.
    *Screening on arrival: Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.

    Internal Restrictions: *Travel in Equatorial Guinea: You must wear a mask in public places. Domestic flights have resumed, however, under new guidelines, domestic flights will be limited to one per day for domestic services providers. Passengers will need to fulfil additional testing requirements to use these services. Negative PCR test certificates are required to conduct domestic travel.
    *Accommodation: The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    *Public places and services:
    • There is a daily curfew from 7pm to 6am
    • Masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people. Authorities conduct regular patrols and you may be fined if you are caught not wearing a mask
    • Markets, banks, restaurants, places of worship and cultural events have resumed normal operations nationwide
    • Bars, discotheques, casinos and other entertainment venues have been closed
    • Weddings baptisms and other celebratory events have been suspended
    • Places of worship must adhere to strict preventative guidelines
    • Schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity
    • Other mass gatherings are not permitted
    • Some venues take temperatures and supply hand sanitizer

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    10.03.2021
  • Equatorial Guinea International Restrictions:
    Some airlines have resumed limited commercial flights to and from Malabo. Air France is operating limited flights from Paris, and Ethiopian Airlines is operating limited flights from Addis Ababa.
    *Entry to Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. The Government of Equatorial Guinea has announced that entry into Equatorial Guinea is prohibited for all passenger flights (including stopover flights) from the UK. On 9 January, the Government of Equatorial Guinea announced the suspension of flights by French airline Air France. Diplomatic missions and international organisations must submit a list of their personnel and/or family members travelling to Equatorial Guinea in advance of their arrival, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation confirming the date of arrival, flight number and place of origin. On arrival, you will be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test, using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, taken within the last 48 hours. If you do not present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival, you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 test at the airport at a cost of approximately USD 210 and must quarantine for 3-5 days in a location approved by Equatorial Guinea authorities at your own expense, while you await the test results. If your test result is returned positive, you must self-isolate for a further 14 days.
    *Screening on arrival: Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.
    *Visas: You will need a visa to visit Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinea diplomatic missions abroad may issue diplomatic and business entry visas to Equatorial Guinea, however this is kept under review.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Equatorial Guinea: *Travel in Equatorial Guinea: You must wear a mask in public places. Internal flights have resumed. Flights between Malabo and the mainland are limited to one per day. Land borders have reopened. Sea borders are open.
    *Accommodation: The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    *Public places and services: There is a daily curfew from 7pm to 6am.
    • Masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people. Authorities conduct regular patrols and you may be fined if you are caught not wearing a mask
    • Markets, banks, restaurants, places of worship and cultural events have resumed normal operations nationwide
    • Sporting leagues, casinos, bars and public parks are open but limited to 50% capacity and must maintain preventative measures
    • Nightclubs remain closed
    • Schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity
    • Other mass gatherings are not permitted
    • Some venues take temperatures and supply hand sanitizer

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    19.02.2021
  • Equatorial Guinea International Restrictions:
    Some airlines have resumed limited commercial flights to and from Malabo. Air France is operating limited flights from Paris, and Ethiopian Airlines is operating limited flights from Addis Ababa.
    *Entry to Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. The Government of Equatorial Guinea has announced that entry into Equatorial Guinea is prohibited for all passenger flights (including stopover flights) from the UK. On 9 January, the Government of Equatorial Guinea announced the suspension of flights by French airline Air France. Diplomatic missions and international organisations must submit a list of their personnel and/or family members travelling to Equatorial Guinea in advance of their arrival, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation confirming the date of arrival, flight number and place of origin. On arrival, you will be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test, using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, taken within the last 48 hours. If you do not present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival, you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 test at the airport at a cost of approximately USD 210 and must quarantine for 3-5 days in a location approved by Equatorial Guinea authorities at your own expense, while you await the test results. If your test result is returned positive, you must self-isolate for a further 14 days.
    *Screening on arrival: Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.
    *Visas: You will need a visa to visit Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinea diplomatic missions abroad may issue diplomatic and business entry visas to Equatorial Guinea, however this is kept under review.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Equatorial Guinea
    You must wear a mask in public places.
    Internal flights have resumed. Flights between Malabo and the mainland are limited to one per day. Land borders have reopened. Sea borders are open.
    *Accommodation: The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    *Public places and services: Masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people. Authorities conduct regular patrols and you may be fined if you are caught not wearing a mask
    • Markets, banks, restaurants, places of worship and cultural events have resumed normal operations nationwide
    • Sporting leagues, casinos, bars and public parks are open but limited to 50% capacity and must maintain preventative measures
    • Nightclubs remain closed
    • Schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity
    • Other mass gatherings are not permitted
    • Some venues take temperatures and supply hand sanitizer

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    04.02.2021
  • Equatorial Guinea International Restrictions:
    Some airlines have resumed limited commercial flights to and from Malabo. Air France is operating limited flights from Paris, and Ethiopian Airlines is operating limited flights from Addis Ababa.
    *Entry to Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. The Government of Equatorial Guinea has announced that entry into Equatorial Guinea is prohibited for all passenger flights (including stopover flights) from the UK. On 9 January, the Government of Equatorial Guinea announced the suspension of flights by French airline Air France. Diplomatic missions and international organisations must submit a list of their personnel and/or family members travelling to Equatorial Guinea in advance of their arrival, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation confirming the date of arrival, flight number and place of origin. On arrival, you will be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test, using a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, taken within the last 48 hours. If you do not present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival, you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 test at the airport at a cost of approximately USD 210 and must quarantine for 3-5 days in a location approved by Equatorial Guinea authorities at your own expense, while you await the test results. If your test result is returned positive, you must self-isolate for a further 14 days.
    *Screening on arrival: Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.
    *Visas: You will need a visa to visit Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinea diplomatic missions abroad may issue diplomatic and business entry visas to Equatorial Guinea, however this is kept under review.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Equatorial Guinea
    You must wear a mask in public places. Internal flights have resumed. Flights between Malabo and the mainland are limited to one per day. Land borders have reopened. Sea borders are open.
    *Accommodation: The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    *Public places and services: • Masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people. Authorities conduct regular patrols and you may be fined if you are caught not wearing a mask;
    • Markets, banks, restaurants, places of worship and cultural events have resumed normal operations nationwide;
    • Sporting leagues, casinos, bars and public parks are open but limited to 50% capacity and must maintain preventative measures;
    • Nightclubs remain closed;
    • Schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity;
    • Other mass gatherings are not permitted;
    • Some venues take temperatures and supply hand sanitizer.

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    15.01.2021
  • Equatorial Guinea International Restrictions:
    Some airlines have resumed limited commercial flights to and from Malabo. Air France is operating limited flights from Paris, and Ethiopian Airlines is operating limited flights from Addis Ababa.
    *Entry to Equatorial Guinea: Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. Diplomatic missions and international organisations must submit a list of their personnel and/or family members travelling to Equatorial Guinea in advance of their arrival, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation confirming the date of arrival, flight number and place of orgin. On arrival, you will be required to provide proof of a negative coronavirus (COVID-19) test, taken within the last 48 hours. If you do not present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival, you will be required to undergo a COVID-19 test at the airport at a cost of approximately USD200 and must quarantine for 3-5 days in a location approved by Equatorial Guinea authorities at your own expense, while you await the test results. If your test result is returned positive, you must self-isolate for a further 14 days.
    *Screening on arrival: Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.
    *Quarantine requirements: If you are tested at the airport on arrival, you must go to a location approved by the Equatorial Guinea authorities for three to five days until results are given. If your test result is positive, you must self-isolate for a further 14 days.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Equatorial Guinea: You must wear a mask in public places. Internal flights have resumed. Flights between Malabo and the mainland are limited to one per day.
    *Accommodation: The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    *Public places and services: • masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people; • religious ceremonies, cultural and sports events are permitted but at 50% capacity and on the condition that you have your temperature taken, wear a mask, and disinfect hands; • casinos, bars and public parks are open but limited to 50% capacity and must maintain preventative measures; • street markets have reopened; • schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity; • other mass gatherings are not permitted.

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    24.11.2020
  • Equatorial Guinea International Restrictions:
    Equatorial Guinea has reopened its borders to nationals, residents, diplomats and visa holders travelling for business reasons or with government approval. xYou must have proof of a negative coronavirus test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival, as well as proof of residency, employment, or business reason for visiting. If you do not have a negative PCR test, you will be tested in the airport by a doctor at a cost of approximately £200. Diplomatic missions and international organisations must communicate to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation within a reasonable time the list of their personnel and family members, indicating the date of arrival, the flight number and the place of origin. Your temperature will be taken at arrival at airports and ports.
    If you are tested at the airport on arrival, you must go to a nominated isolation hotel or agreed isolation area for three to five days until results are given. If your test result is positive, you must self-isolate for a further 14 days.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Internal flights have resumed. Flights between Malabo and the mainland are limited to one per day. Masks are compulsory in all open spaces, public buildings, on public transport and in private vehicles if accompanied by other people. Religious ceremonies, cultural and sports events are permitted but at 50% capacity and on the condition that you have your temperature taken, wear a mask, and disinfect hands. Other mass gatherings are not permitted. Casinos, bars and public parks are open but limited to 50% capacity and must maintain preventative measures.
    Street markets have reopened.
    Schools have reopened but at maximum 50% capacity.

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    07.09.2020
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    International restrictions:

    Some airlines have resumed limited commercial flights to and from Malabo. Equatorial Guinea closed its land, sea and air borders in response to coronavirus and has only partly reopened them, to nationals, residents, diplomats and professionals. You must have proof of a negative coronavirus test taken within 48 hours prior to arrival. If you do not have this, you will be tested in the airport by a doctor at a cost of approximately CFA150,000 Diplomatic missions and international organisations must communicate to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation within a reasonable time the list of their personnel and family members, indicating the date of arrival, the flight number and the place of origin. More info [https://www.guineaecuatorialpress.com/noticia.php?id=15764].

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    Internal restrictions:

    Internal flights have resumed. Flights between Malabo and the mainland are limited to one per day. The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory. Masks are compulsory in all places of business, including hotels and restaurants and public transport. Authorities have prohibited all mass gatherings over 10 people, including weddings and sporting events. Festivals, bars, nightclubs, casinos and public swimming pools remain closed.

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    11.08.2020
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    International restrictions:

    The Equatorial Guinea authorities have suspended all international flights until further notice. All land, sea and air borders have been closed indefinitely. Chartered repatriation flights may be organised by foreign governments.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The state of emergency and national lockdown has ended in Equatorial Guinea, however use of masks when moving around is obligatory. Local flights resumed on 15 June. The hotel sector is now open. The use of masks within hotels and other accommodation is compulsory.
    Masks are compulsory in all places of business, including hotels and restaurants and public transport. Authorities have prohibited all mass gatherings over 10 people, including weddings and sporting events. Festivals, bars, nightclubs, casinos and public swimming pools remain closed.

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    17.07.2020
  • Equatorial Guinea International Travel
    International commercial flights reopened
    All travelers from foreign countries are required to present a negative COVID-19 result taken up to 48 hours before travel

    Domestic Travel
    Domestic flights resumed on 15 June

    National Measures
    State of emergency lifted from 15 June
    Restaurants, shops, places of worship, and hotels may resume operations provided that safety protocols are strictly adhered to
    Nightclubs and entertainment facilities will remain closed

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    16.07.2020
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    International restrictions:

    The Government of Equatorial Guinea has suspended all international flights, although local flights resumed on 15 June. All land, air and sea borders have been closed, however cargo planes and some commercial activities related to the import of food and work materials into the country will be permitted. All passengers coming from abroad will have to present upon arrival a certificate of negative diagnosis for the coronavirus through a PCR test, valid within the previous 48 hours. If you do not have a valid and negative PCR test upon arrival, it is likely you will be sent to mandatory government quarantine and undergo COVID-19 testing at your own cost.

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    Internal restrictions:

    The Government of Equatorial Guinea officially confirmed an end to confinement measures in the main cities and announced the relaxation of many COVID-19-related restrictions beginning 15 June 2020. This first phase of downscaling included the reopening of the hotel and catering sector. Bars, discotheques, and any other place of leisure, however, remain closed during the first phase [https://www.guineaecuatorialpress.com/noticia.php?id=15600]]

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    07.07.2020
  • Equatorial Guinea

    International restrictions:

    The Government of Equatorial Guinea has suspended all international flights, although local flights resumed on 15 June. All land, air and sea borders have been closed, however cargo planes and some commercial activities related to the import of food and work materials into the country will be permitted.

    Internal restrictions:

    A state of emergency in Equatorial Guinea is in place. People are restricted from movement within the country, except for justified reasons. If you are leaving your house for essential travel, you must carry a permission paper issued by the President of your Neighborhood Community, authorising your movement, which will be issued free of charge. Companies have been asked to provide their employees with permission papers justifying their travel to and from work. The Government has forbidden public transport by bus. The use of masks when moving around has been made obligatory. Authorities have prohibited all mass gatherings over 10 people, including weddings and sporting events. Schools re-opened and local flights resumed on 15 June.
    This first phase of downscaling will include the reopening of the hotel and catering sector. Discotheques, function rooms and other places of leisure, however, will remain closed during the first phase. In person religious services and other large gatherings remain banned. Although travel between Malabo and Bata is permitted, travel in the rest of the country is limited to within each district.

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    28.06.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    OSAC Travel Advisories/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    Government Information/
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