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Liberia travel restrictions

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Open for travel from Liberia
Crossing Rules
  • Passengers are not permitted to enter Liberia.
  • This does not apply to passengers entering Liberia through Monrovia “Roberts International Airport” (RIA).
  • Passengers are advised to hold a negative Covid-19 test certificate taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Liberia.
  • Passengers not holding a test certificate will be subject to a Covid-19 RT-PCR test on arrival.
  • Passengers must register for symptom monitoring on their phones via USSD or Mobile App.
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Flight Restrictions

published 30.06.2020
1. Flights to Liberia restarted.
2. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine.
– This does not apply to passengers with a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result.

Quarantine

Quarantine requirement at government designated site- subject to PCR.

You are at risk of being put into quarantine or instructed to self-isolate for 14 days even after you have arrived in Liberia, if you develop symptoms (fever, cough or respiratory illness), or it is suspected you have been in contact with some who has tested positive for coronavirus. If you test positive for COVID-19, you may be transferred to a government treatment centre. You are strongly advised to familiarise yourself with these risks before travelling.
All foreign citizens in quarantine or self-isolation will have their passports removed and held by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) for 14 days. You will be given a copy of your passport to retain whilst in quarantine.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

Passengers entering Liberia have two options for COVID-19 testing. Government of Liberia strongly encourages travellers to be tested before arrival in Liberia. You can have a COVID-19 PCR test at your point of departure within 72 hours before your arrival in Liberia. If you present a negative PCR test result on arrival in Liberia, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app.

If you do not do a pre-departure PCR test before your arrival in Liberia, you will be tested on arrival. You will have to do a Rapid Test, and a swab will be collected for PCR test processing. If your Rapid Test result is negative, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app.

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Vaccination

Yellow fever (2018)
Country requirement at entry: a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travellers aged 9 months
or over arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.
WHO vaccination recommendation: yes

Malaria (2018)
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

  • Liberia International Restrictions:
    Roberts International Airport (RIA) has reopened for commercial flights. However, airlines will not resume normal scheduled services immediately. Brussels Airlines is operating a reduced flight schedule.
    Other airlines have not confirmed planned flights. If you wish to travel, you should contact your airline or travel agent for confirmation of flight schedules.
    Currently all land borders (with Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire) are closed to travellers. Ports remain open.
    All travellers arriving in Liberia will be screened for the coronavirus. On arrival at entry points, staff will check your temperature and you must wash your hands with soap and water. If you display symptoms of coronavirus, public health officials may take you to a quarantine facility. In Roberts International Airport, you must stand in marked spaces within the terminal to allow for social distancing.
    Passengers entering Liberia have two options for COVID-19 testing. Government of Liberia strongly encourages travellers to be tested before arrival in Liberia. You can have a COVID-19 PCR test at your point of departure within 72 hours before your arrival in Liberia. If you present a negative PCR test result on arrival in Liberia, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app.
    If you do not do a pre-departure PCR test before your arrival in Liberia, you will be tested on arrival. You will have to do a Rapid Test, and a swab will be collected for PCR test processing. If your Rapid Test result is negative, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app.
    If your Rapid Test result is positive, you will be taken to a government quarantine facility pending your PCR test result. Sample processing could take several days. If your subsequent PCR result is positive you must remain in government quarantine. It is likely you will have to remain in quarantine until you have two consecutive negative PCR results.Quarantine may last 14 days or longer.
    You should be prepared for travel restrictions, and changes to screening and precautionary observation requirements with no advance notice.
    You are at risk of being put into quarantine or instructed to self-isolate for 14 days even after you have arrived in Liberia, if you develop symptoms (fever, cough or respiratory illness), or it is suspected you have been in contact with some who has tested positive for coronavirus. If you test positive for COVID-19, you may be transferred to a government treatment centre. You are strongly advised to familiarise yourself with these risks before travelling.
    All foreign citizens in quarantine or self-isolation will have their passports removed and held by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) for 14 days. You will be given a copy of your passport to retain whilst in quarantine. If you are travelling on behalf of government, an international organisation/NGO or a company, you should check with your organisation whether they have pre-arranged a private POC, i.e. quarantine facility, authorised by NHPIL. Visitors arriving on a laissez-passer (except UN or EU), may also be taken to quarantine for secondary screening. Any suspicion of illegal attempts to circumvent the process will result in 14 days of quarantine.
    Leaving Liberia: before departure from Liberia, you’ll need a negative COVID-19 test result, and a travel certificate issued by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL): You must go to an NPHIL COVID-19 sample collection site at least 72 hours before your travel date, to give a sample for PCR testing. Call the COVID-19 Hotline on 4455 for collection site details. You must also apply for a travel certificate at least 72 hours before your travel date. You should call the COVID-19 Hotline on 4455 and provide the following information: full name as in passport; contact number; email; your sample collection details; and your preferred method for collecting test result and certificate (hard copy or electronic). Certificates processed on weekends and holidays will only be delivered electronically. Certificates processed on working days can be delivered electronically or in hard copy. You will only receive a travel certificate if your test result is negative. You will be notified if your test result is positive or negative.
    The Government of Liberia is currently reviewing testing policies for travellers wishing to leave Liberia. Testing protocols could change at short notice.

    Data collection: on arrival in Liberia, you must register for symptom monitoring and contact tracing by providing a mobile phone number for USSD messaging or mobile app.
    Before departure from Liberia, you’ll need a negative COVID-19 test result, and a travel certificate issued by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL):. You must go to an NPHIL COVID-19 sample collection site at least 72 hours before your travel date, to give a sample for PCR testing. Call the COVID-19 Hotline on 4455 for collection site details. You must also apply for a travel certificate at least 72 hours before your travel date, and provide the following information: full name as in passport; contact number; email; your sample collection details; and your preferred method for collecting test result and certificate (hard copy or electronic). The Ministry of Health has temporarily suspended the new pre-departure COVID-19 testing requirements announced on 8 August. The government of Liberia is currently reviewing the testing policy for travellers wishing to leave Liberia and revised guidance will be issued following approval by the Ministry of Health. Test requirements for travellers entering Liberia remain unchanged.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flights here.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The nationwide State of Emergency has now expired. However a revised National Health Emergency has been declared by the Ministry of Health. Measures in place to minimise the spread of COVID-19 apply in all 15 counties. These measures will remain in place until announced otherwise. Violation of health measures is punishable by a fine of up to $US200 and/or imprisonment of up to 30 days. Measures could be changed at short notice. If you go out in public, you must wear a face mask which covers your nose and mouth. You must also wear a mask when using public transport. Limits on passenger numbers apply: taxis must not carry more than 3 passengers in the back and 1 in the front; “keh-kehs” (tricycle taxis) must not carry more than 2 passengers in the back and none in the front. You must maintain social distancing of a minimum of three feet from others in public places and businesses (except in public transport). Mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water, or alcohol-based sanitiser is required at all premises. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455. You must ensure you have made arrangements for accommodation before travelling to Liberia. Some hotels are open but you should check and book in advance. Health measures including hand washing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet, apply in all hotels.
    Businesses such as banks, supermarkets, restaurants and salons are open. Health measures including handwashing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet apply. Some businesses have limits on the number of customers permitted to enter at one time. Only 10 customers are permitted inside bank service areas and only 20 customers inside supermarkets. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks before entry. Nightclubs and bars remain closed, however other establishments serving alcohol are permitted to open until 9pm. You are required to wear face masks in all commercial premises, public places and government buildings. Places of worship are permitted to hold services. Healthcare facilities and pharmacies remain open with health measures in place. Large gatherings including sporting events, weddings and funerals are permitted as long as preventative measures can be maintained.

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    16.10.2020
  • Liberia *****

    International restrictions:

    Roberts International Airport (RIA) has reopened for commercial flights. However, airlines will not resume normal scheduled services immediately. Brussels Airlines is operating a reduced flight schedule. All land borders (with Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire) are closed to travellers. Ports remain open. All travellers arriving in Liberia will be screened for the coronavirus. On arrival at entry points, staff will check your temperature and you must wash your hands with soap and water. If you display symptoms of coronavirus, public health officials may take you to a quarantine facility. In Roberts International Airport, you must stand in marked spaces within the terminal to allow for social distancing. Passengers entering Liberia have two options for COVID-19 testing. Government of Liberia strongly encourages travellers to be tested before arrival in Liberia. You can have a COVID-19 PCR test at your point of departure within 72 hours before your arrival in Liberia. If you present a negative PCR test result on arrival in Liberia, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app. If you do not do a pre-departure PCR test before your arrival in Liberia, you will be tested on arrival. You will have to do a Rapid Test, and a swab will be collected for PCR test processing. If your Rapid Test result is negative, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app. If your Rapid Test result is positive, you will be taken to a government quarantine facility pending your PCR test result. Sample processing could take several days. If your subsequent PCR result is positive you must remain in government quarantine. It is likely you will have to remain in quarantine until you have two consecutive negative PCR results.Quarantine may last 14 days or longer. You are at risk of being put into quarantine or instructed to self-isolate for 14 days even after you have arrived in Liberia, if you develop symptoms (fever, cough or respiratory illness), or it is suspected you have been in contact with some who has tested positive for coronavirus. All foreign citizens in quarantine or self-isolation will have their passports removed and held by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) for 14 days. You will be given a copy of your passport to retain whilst in quarantine. If you are travelling on behalf of government, an international organisation/NGO or a company, you should check with your organisation whether they have pre-arranged a private POC, i.e. quarantine facility, authorised by NHPIL. Visitors arriving on a laissez-passer (except UN or EU), may also be taken to quarantine for secondary screening. Any suspicion of illegal attempts to circumvent the process will result in 14 days of quarantine. On arrival in Liberia, you must register for symptom monitoring and contact tracing by providing a mobile phone number for USSD messaging or mobile app.
    Before departure from Liberia, you’ll need a negative COVID-19 test result, and a travel certificate issued by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL):. You must go to an NPHIL COVID-19 sample collection site at least 72 hours before your travel date, to give a sample for PCR testing. Call the COVID-19 Hotline on 4455 for collection site details. You must also apply for a travel certificate at least 72 hours before your travel date, and provide the following information: full name as in passport; contact number; email; your sample collection details; and your preferred method for collecting test result and certificate (hard copy or electronic). The Ministry of Health has temporarily suspended the new pre-departure COVID-19 testing requirements announced on 8 August. The government of Liberia is currently reviewing the testing policy for travellers wishing to leave Liberia and revised guidance will be issued following approval by the Ministry of Health. Test requirements for travellers entering Liberia remain unchanged.

    Public health requirements for humanitarian flights here.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide State of Emergency has now expired. However a revised National Health Emergency has been declared by the Ministry of Health. Measures in place to minimise the spread of COVID-19 apply in all 15 counties. These measures will remain in place until announced otherwise. Violation of health measures is punishable by a fine of up to $US200 and/or imprisonment of up to 30 days. Measures could be changed at short notice. If you go out in public, you must wear a face mask which covers your nose and mouth. You must also wear a mask when using public transport. Limits on passenger numbers apply: taxis must not carry more than 3 passengers in the back and 1 in the front; “keh-kehs” (tricycle taxis) must not carry more than 2 passengers in the back and none in the front. You must maintain social distancing of a minimum of three feet from others in public places and businesses (except in public transport). Mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water, or alcohol-based sanitiser is required at all premises. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455. You must ensure you have made arrangements for accommodation before travelling to Liberia. Some hotels are open but you should check and book in advance. Health measures including hand washing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet, apply in all hotels.
    Businesses such as banks, supermarkets, restaurants and salons are open. Health measures including handwashing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet apply. Some businesses have limits on the number of customers permitted to enter at one time. Only 10 customers are permitted inside bank service areas and only 20 customers inside supermarkets. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks before entry. Nightclubs and bars remain closed, however other establishments serving alcohol are permitted to open until 9pm. You are required to wear face masks in all commercial premises, public places and government buildings. Places of worship are permitted to hold services. Healthcare facilities and pharmacies remain open with health measures in place. Large gatherings including sporting events, weddings and funerals are permitted as long as preventative measures can be maintained.

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    11.09.2020
  • Liberia *****

    International restrictions:

    Roberts International Airport (RIA) has reopened for commercial flights, although limited. All land borders (with Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire) are closed to travellers. Ports remain open. All travellers arriving in Liberia will be screened for the coronavirus. On arrival at entry points, staff will check your temperature and you must wash your hands with soap and water. If you display symptoms of coronavirus, public health officials may take you to a quarantine facility. In Roberts International Airport, you must stand in marked spaces within the terminal to allow for social distancing. Passengers entering Liberia have two options for COVID-19 testing. Government of Liberia strongly encourages travellers to be tested before arrival in Liberia. You can have a COVID-19 PCR test at your point of departure within 72 hours before your arrival in Liberia. If you present a negative PCR test result on arrival in Liberia, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app. If you do not do a pre-departure PCR test before your arrival in Liberia, you will be tested on arrival. You will have to do a Rapid Test, and a swab will be collected for PCR test processing. If your Rapid Test result is negative, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app. If your Rapid Test result is positive, you will be taken to a government quarantine facility pending your PCR test result. Sample processing could take several days. If your subsequent PCR result is positive you must remain in government quarantine. It is likely you will have to remain in quarantine until you have two consecutive negative PCR results. Quarantine may last 14 days or longer. You are at risk of being put into quarantine or instructed to self-isolate for 14 days even after you have arrived in Liberia, if you develop symptoms (fever, cough or respiratory illness), or it is suspected you have been in contact with some who has tested positive for coronavirus. All foreign citizens in quarantine or self-isolation will have their passports removed and held by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) for 14 days. You will be given a copy of your passport to retain whilst in quarantine. If you are travelling on behalf of government, an international organisation/NGO or a company, you should check with your organisation whether they have pre-arranged a private POC, i.e. quarantine facility, authorised by NHPIL. Visitors arriving on a laissez-passer (except UN or EU), may also be taken to quarantine for secondary screening. Any suspicion of illegal attempts to circumvent the process will result in 14 days of quarantine. On arrival in Liberia, you must register for symptom monitoring and contact tracing by providing a mobile phone number for USSD messaging or mobile app.
    Before departure from Liberia, you’ll need a negative COVID-19 test result, and a travel certificate issued by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL):. You must go to an NPHIL COVID-19 sample collection site at least 72 hours before your travel date, to give a sample for PCR testing. Call the COVID-19 Hotline on 4455 for collection site details. You must also apply for a travel certificate at least 72 hours before your travel date, and provide the following information: full name as in passport; contact number; email; your sample collection details; and your preferred method for collecting test result and certificate (hard copy or electronic). The Ministry of Health has temporarily suspended the new pre-departure COVID-19 testing requirements announced on 8 August. The government of Liberia is currently reviewing the testing policy for travellers wishing to leave Liberia and revised guidance will be issued following approval by the Ministry of Health. Test requirements for travellers entering Liberia remain unchanged.

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

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide State of Emergency has now expired. However a revised National Health Emergency has been declared by the Ministry of Health. Measures in place to minimise the spread of COVID-19 apply in all 15 counties. These measures will remain in place until announced otherwise. Violation of health measures is punishable by a fine of up to $US200 and/or imprisonment of up to 30 days. Measures could be changed at short notice. If you go out in public, you must wear a face mask which covers your nose and mouth. You must also wear a mask when using public transport. Limits on passenger numbers apply: taxis must not carry more than 3 passengers in the back and 1 in the front; “keh-kehs” (tricycle taxis) must not carry more than 2 passengers in the back and none in the front. You must maintain social distancing of a minimum of three feet from others in public places and businesses (except in public transport). Mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water, or alcohol-based sanitiser is required at all premises. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455. You must ensure you have made arrangements for accommodation before travelling to Liberia. Some hotels are open but you should check and book in advance. Health measures including hand washing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet, apply in all hotels.
    Businesses such as banks, supermarkets, restaurants and salons are open. Health measures including handwashing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet apply. Some businesses have limits on the number of customers permitted to enter at one time. Only 10 customers are permitted inside bank service areas and only 20 customers inside supermarkets. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks before entry. Nightclubs and bars remain closed, however other establishments serving alcohol are permitted to open until 9pm. You are required to wear face masks in all commercial premises, public places and government buildings. Places of worship are permitted to hold services. Healthcare facilities and pharmacies remain open with health measures in place. Large gatherings including sporting events, weddings and funerals are permitted as long as preventative measures can be maintained.

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    16.08.2020
  • Liberia *****

    International restrictions:

    Roberts International Airport (RIA) has reopened for commercial flights, although limited. All land borders (with Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire) are closed to travellers. Ports remain open. All travellers arriving in Liberia will be screened for the coronavirus. On arrival at entry points, staff will check your temperature and you must wash your hands with soap and water. If you display symptoms of coronavirus, public health officials may take you to a quarantine facility. In Roberts International Airport, you must stand in marked spaces within the terminal to allow for social distancing. Passengers entering Liberia have two options for COVID-19 testing. Government of Liberia strongly encourages travellers to be tested before arrival in Liberia. You can have a COVID-19 PCR test at your point of departure within 72 hours before your arrival in Liberia. If you present a negative PCR test result on arrival in Liberia, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app. If you do not do a pre-departure PCR test before your arrival in Liberia, you will be tested on arrival. You will have to do a Rapid Test, and a swab will be collected for PCR test processing. If your Rapid Test result is negative, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app. If your Rapid Test result is positive, you will be taken to a government quarantine facility pending your PCR test result. Sample processing could take several days. If your subsequent PCR result is positive you must remain in government quarantine. It is likely you will have to remain in quarantine until you have two consecutive negative PCR results. Quarantine may last 14 days or longer. You are at risk of being put into quarantine or instructed to self-isolate for 14 days even after you have arrived in Liberia, if you develop symptoms (fever, cough or respiratory illness), or it is suspected you have been in contact with some who has tested positive for coronavirus. All foreign citizens in quarantine or self-isolation will have their passports removed and held by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) for 14 days. You will be given a copy of your passport to retain whilst in quarantine. If you are travelling on behalf of government, an international organisation/NGO or a company, you should check with your organisation whether they have pre-arranged a private POC, i.e. quarantine facility, authorised by NHPIL. Visitors arriving on a laissez-passer (except UN or EU), may also be taken to quarantine for secondary screening. Any suspicion of illegal attempts to circumvent the process will result in 14 days of quarantine. On arrival in Liberia, you must register for symptom monitoring and contact tracing by providing a mobile phone number for USSD messaging or mobile app.
    Before departure from Liberia, you’ll need a negative COVID-19 test result, and a travel certificate issued by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL):. You must go to an NPHIL COVID-19 sample collection site at least 72 hours before your travel date, to give a sample for PCR testing. Call the COVID-19 Hotline on 4455 for collection site details. You must also apply for a travel certificate at least 72 hours before your travel date, and provide the following information: full name as in passport; contact number; email; your sample collection details; and your preferred method for collecting test result and certificate (hard copy or electronic).

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

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide State of Emergency has now expired. However a revised National Health Emergency has been declared by the Ministry of Health. Measures in place to minimise the spread of COVID-19 apply in all 15 counties. These measures will remain in place until announced otherwise. Violation of health measures is punishable by a fine of up to $US200 and/or imprisonment of up to 30 days. Measures could be changed at short notice. If you go out in public, you must wear a face mask which covers your nose and mouth. You must also wear a mask when using public transport. Limits on passenger numbers apply: taxis must not carry more than 3 passengers in the back and 1 in the front; “keh-kehs” (tricycle taxis) must not carry more than 2 passengers in the back and none in the front. You must maintain social distancing of a minimum of three feet from others in public places and businesses (except in public transport). Mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water, or alcohol-based sanitiser is required at all premises. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455. You must ensure you have made arrangements for accommodation before travelling to Liberia. Some hotels are open but you should check and book in advance. Health measures including hand washing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet, apply in all hotels.
    Businesses such as banks, supermarkets, restaurants and salons are open. Health measures including handwashing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet apply. Some businesses have limits on the number of customers permitted to enter at one time. Only 10 customers are permitted inside bank service areas and only 20 customers inside supermarkets. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks before entry. Nightclubs and bars remain closed, however other establishments serving alcohol are permitted to open until 9pm. You are required to wear face masks in all commercial premises, public places and government buildings. Places of worship are permitted to hold services. Healthcare facilities and pharmacies remain open with health measures in place. Large gatherings including sporting events, weddings and funerals are permitted as long as preventative measures can be maintained.

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    08.08.2020
  • Liberia *****

    International restrictions:

    Roberts International Airport (RIA) has reopened for commercial flights. Airlines will not resume normal scheduled services immediately. Currently all land borders (with Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire) are closed to travellers. Ports remain open. All travellers arriving in Liberia will be screened for the coronavirus. On arrival at entry points, staff will check your temperature and you must wash your hands with soap and water. If you display symptoms of coronavirus, public health officials may take you to a quarantine facility. In Roberts International Airport, you must stand in marked spaces within the terminal to allow for social distancing. Passengers entering Liberia have two options for COVID-19 testing. Government of Liberia strongly encourages travellers to be tested before arrival in Liberia. You can have a COVID-19 PCR test at your point of departure within 72 hours before your arrival in Liberia. If you present a negative PCR test result on arrival in Liberia, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app. If your Rapid Test result is positive, you will be taken to a government quarantine facility pending your PCR test result. Sample processing could take several days. If your subsequent PCR result is positive you must remain in government quarantine. It is likely you will have to remain in quarantine until you have two consecutive negative PCR results. Quarantine may last 14 days or longer.
    You are at risk of being put into quarantine or instructed to self-isolate for 14 days even after you have arrived in Liberia, if you develop symptoms (fever, cough or respiratory illness), or it is suspected you have been in contact with some who has tested positive for coronavirus. If you test positive for COVID-19, you may be transferred to a government treatment centre. All foreign citizens in quarantine or self-isolation will have their passports removed and held by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) for 14 days. You will be given a copy of your passport to retain whilst in quarantine. If you are travelling on behalf of government, an international organisation/NGO or a company, you should check with your organisation whether they have pre-arranged a private POC, i.e. quarantine facility, authorised by NHPIL. Visitors arriving on a laissez-passer (except UN or EU), may also be taken to quarantine for secondary screening. Any suspicion of illegal attempts to circumvent the process will result in 14 days of quarantine. On arrival in Liberia, you must register for symptom monitoring and contact tracing by providing a mobile phone number for USSD messaging or mobile app.
    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The nationwide State of Emergency has now expired. However a revised National Health Emergency has been declared by the Ministry of Health. Measures in place to minimise the spread of COVID-19 apply in all 15 counties. These measures will remain in place until announced otherwise. Violation of health measures is punishable by a fine of up to $US200 and/or imprisonment of up to 30 days. Measures could be changed at short notice. If you go out in public, you must wear a face mask which covers your nose and mouth. You must also wear a mask when using public transport. Limits on passenger numbers apply: taxis must not carry more than 3 passengers in the back and 1 in the front; “keh-kehs” (tricycle taxis) must not carry more than 2 passengers in the back and none in the front. You must maintain social distancing of a minimum of three feet from others in public places and businesses (except in public transport). Mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water, or alcohol-based sanitiser is required at all premises. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455. You must ensure you have made arrangements for accommodation before travelling to Liberia. Some hotels are open but you should check and book in advance. Health measures including hand washing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet, apply in all hotels.
    Businesses such as banks, supermarkets, restaurants and salons are open. Health measures including handwashing, wearing a mask and social distancing of 3 feet apply. Some businesses have limits on the number of customers permitted to enter at one time. Only 10 customers are permitted inside bank service areas and only 20 customers inside supermarkets. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks before entry. Nightclubs and bars remain closed, however other establishments serving alcohol are permitted to open until 9pm. You are required to wear face masks in all commercial premises, public places and government buildings. Places of worship are permitted to hold services. Healthcare facilities and pharmacies remain open with health measures in place. Large gatherings including sporting events, weddings and funerals are permitted as long as preventative measures can be maintained.

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    31.07.2020
  • Liberia Liberia’s Roberts International Airport is set to open today, but the country remains in a state of emergency until July 22. (Foreign Brief, 28.06.2020)
    President extends state of emergency by 30 days because of COVID-19 outbreak (Reuters, 22.06.2020)

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Currently all land borders (with Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire) are closed to travellers. Ports remain open. Roberts International Airport (RIA) has reopened for commercial flights, however flights to and from Liberia remain very limited. Brussels Airlines intend to operate ad hoc flights. Other airlines have not confirmed planned flights.
    All travellers arriving in Liberia will be screened for the coronavirus. On arrival at entry points, staff will check your temperature and you must wash your hands with soap and water. If you display symptoms of coronavirus, public health officials may take you to a quarantine facility. You must register for symptom monitoring and contact tracing by providing a mobile phone number for USSD messaging or mobile app. In Roberts International Airport, you must stand in marked spaces within the terminal to allow for social distancing. Passengers entering Liberia have two options for COVID-19 testing. Government of Liberia strongly encourages travellers to be tested before arrival in Liberia. You can have a COVID-19 PCR test at your point of departure within 72 hours before your arrival in Liberia. If you present a negative PCR test result on arrival in Liberia, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app. If you do not do a pre-departure PCR test before your arrival in Liberia, you will be tested on arrival. You will have to do a Rapid Test, and a swab will be collected for PCR test processing. If your Rapid Test result is negative, you will be allowed entry with symptom monitoring via USSD or mobile app.
    If your Rapid Test result is positive, you will be taken to a government quarantine facility pending your PCR test result. Sample processing could take several days. If your subsequent PCR result is positive you must remain in government quarantine. It is likely you will have to remain in quarantine until you have two consecutive negative PCR results. Quarantine may last 14 days or longer. You should be prepared for travel restrictions, and changes to screening and precautionary observation requirements with no advance notice.
    There is a high risk of being put into 14 days of quarantine, either on arrival or during your trip to Liberia.
    You are at risk of being put into quarantine or instructed to self-isolate for 14 days even after you have arrived in Liberia, if you develop symptoms (fever, cough or respiratory illness), or it is suspected you have been in contact with some who has tested positive for coronavirus. If you test positive for COVID-19, you may be transferred to a government treatment centre. You are strongly advised to familiarise yourself with these risks before travelling. All foreign citizens in quarantine or self-isolation will have their passports removed and held by the National Public Health Institute of Liberia (NPHIL) for 14 days. You will be given a copy of your passport to retain whilst in quarantine. If you are travelling on behalf of government, an international organisation/NGO or a company, you should check with your organisation whether they have pre-arranged a private POC, i.e. quarantine facility, authorised by NHPIL. The British Embassy cannot provide POC facilities. If you show symptoms, you may be transferred to quarantine or a government treatment centre Visitors arriving on a laissez-passer (except UN or EU), may also be taken to quarantine for secondary screening. Any suspicion of illegal attempts to circumvent the process will result in 14 days of quarantine.

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

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    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide State of Emergency, which includes a range of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, has been extended effective from 22 June to 21 July, pending Legislature approval. Hygiene measures will continue. Security forces will enforce measures. You should adhere to all rules and seek information from local authorities. Details could change and further restrictions be imposed. Movement restrictions between counties (except Montserrado and Margibi counties, quarantined as a single unit) are likely to continue, pending Legislature approval, (except Montserrado and Margibi counties, quarantined as a single unit). A permit may be required for essential travel across county borders. You should monitor government pages for the latest information on movement restrictions (see Help and support). All residents in affected counties are required to stay indoors from 6pm-6am daily.
    If you go out in public, you must wear a mask. Businesses must close by 6pm each day. If you are an essential worker (e.g. government, utilities, food production, healthcare, etc.) you may be exempt from some restrictions. Preventative measures introduced on 22 March continue to apply, including mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water at all premises, limits on gatherings and numbers of persons allowed in public premises at any one time. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455. Some hotels are open. Some of the larger restaurants, especially in the main hotels, have re-opened. Shops are open. Bars and casinos remain closed. Places of worship are permitted to hold services. You are required to wear face masks in all commercial premises and government buildings.

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    15.07.2020
  • Liberia Liberia’s Roberts International Airport is set to open today, but the country remains in a state of emergency until July 22. (Foreign Brief, 28.06.2020)
    President extends state of emergency by 30 days because of COVID-19 outbreak (Reuters, 22.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    Roberts International Airport (RIA) has reopened for commercial flights as of 28 June. However, airlines will not resume normal scheduled services immediately. Brussels Airlines intend to operate ad hoc flights in July. Other airlines have not confirmed planned flights. If you wish to travel, you should contact your airline or travel agent for confirmation of flight schedules. Currently all land borders (with Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d’Ivoire) are closed to travellers. Ports remain open.
    With the resumption of commercial flight operations at Roberts International Airport (RIA) on 28 June, the Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism announced the following health measures and protocols for arriving passengers: All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken for symptoms of COVID-19 and register via phone numbers/USSD Mobile App; All arriving passengers who have been tested at point of departure must present a valid negative result document on arrival at RIA. All arriving passengers who have not been tested at point of departure will be required to take a rapid test and a PCR swab at airport. In the event of a positive rapid test result, the passenger will be placed in the holding unit at the airport pending the final PCR test result. b. Passengers having negative test results will be allowed to go home pending final PCR test. There will be continued symptom monitoring via USSD and Mobile App.
    Departing passengers: All passengers are to arrive four hours before check-in time. All passengers must wear a face mask. Only ticketed passengers will be allowed entry into the airport. All passengers entering the airport gate will be subject to mandatory screening. All passengers will be required to wash their hands. Passengers will be required to stand in marked spaces within the terminal area.
    Travellers are at risk of being put into quarantine or instructed to self-isolate for 14 days even after arriving in Liberia, iI symptoms develop (fever, cough or respiratory illness), or it is suspected you have been in contact with some who has tested positive for coronavirus. If you test positive for COVID-19, you may be transferred to a government treatment centre. If you are travelling on behalf of government, an international organisation/NGO or a company, you should check with your organisation whether they have pre-arranged a private POC, i.e. quarantine facility, authorised by NHPIL.

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

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    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide State of Emergency, which includes a range of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, has been extended effective from 22 June to 21 July, pending Legislature approval. Hygiene measures will continue. Security forces will enforce measures. You should adhere to all rules and seek information from local authorities. Details could change and further restrictions be imposed. Movement restrictions between counties (except Montserrado and Margibi counties, quarantined as a single unit) are likely to continue, pending Legislature approval, (except Montserrado and Margibi counties, quarantined as a single unit). A permit may be required for essential travel across county borders. You should monitor government pages for the latest information on movement restrictions (see Help and support). All residents in affected counties are required to stay indoors from 6pm-6am daily.
    If you go out in public, you must wear a mask. Businesses must close by 6pm each day. If you are an essential worker (e.g. government, utilities, food production, healthcare, etc.) you may be exempt from some restrictions.
    Preventative measures introduced on 22 March continue to apply, including mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water at all premises, limits on gatherings and numbers of persons allowed in public premises at any one time. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks.
    Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455.

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    01.07.2020
  • Liberia Liberia’s Roberts International Airport is set to open today, but the country remains in a state of emergency until July 22. (Foreign Brief, 28.06.2020)
    President extends state of emergency by 30 days because of COVID-19 outbreak (Reuters, 22.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    All flights will be suspended until 27 June 2020. The measure does not apply to cargo flights. Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.
    With the resumption of commercial flight operations at Roberts International Airport (RIA) on 28 June, the Ministry of Information, Culture, and Tourism announced the following health measures and protocols for arriving passengers: All passengers will be required to have their temperature taken for symptoms of COVID-19 and register via phone numbers/USSD Mobile App; All arriving passengers who have been tested at point of departure must present a valid negative result document on arrival at RIA. All arriving passengers who have not been tested at point of departure will be required to take a rapid test and a PCR swab at airport. In the event of a positive rapid test result, the passenger will be placed in the holding unit at the airport pending the final PCR test result. b. Passengers having negative test results will be allowed to go home pending final PCR test. There will be continued symptom monitoring via USSD and Mobile App.
    Departing passengers: All passengers are to arrive four hours before check-in time. All passengers must wear a face mask. Only ticketed passengers will be allowed entry into the airport. All passengers entering the airport gate will be subject to mandatory screening. All passengers will be required to wash their hands. Passengers will be required to stand in marked spaces within the terminal area.

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

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    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide State of Emergency, which includes a range of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, will expire by 21 June. Several measures, including travel restrictions and daily curfew, will be adjusted between 10 and 21 June. Hotels, guesthouses and gaming centres may reopen from 21 June. Hygiene measures will continue. Security forces will enforce measures. Movement to and from counties not yet affected by coronavirus is restricted. A permit is required for essential travel to/from these unaffected counties. All residents in affected counties are required to stay indoors from 9pm-6am daily. A mask should be worn if in public, Businesses must close by 9pm each day. Only essential workers (e.g. government, utilities, food production, healthcare, etc.) are exempt from some restrictions. Preventative measures introduced on 22 March continue to apply, including mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water at all premises, limits on gatherings and numbers of persons allowed in public premises at any one time. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455.

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    29.06.2020
  • Liberia President extends state of emergency by 30 days because of COVID-19 outbreak (Reuters, 22.06.2020)

    Flights to Liberia are suspended until 27 June 2020.
    – This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac and repatriation flights.

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    International restrictions:

    All flights will be suspended until 27 June 2020. The measure does not apply to cargo flights.
    Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

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

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide State of Emergency, which includes a range of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, will expire by 21 June. Several measures, including travel restrictions and daily curfew, will be adjusted between 10 and 21 June. Hotels, guesthouses and gaming centres may reopen from 21 June. Hygiene measures will continue. Security forces will enforce measures. Movement to and from counties not yet affected by coronavirus is restricted. A permit is required for essential travel to/from these unaffected counties. All residents in affected counties are required to stay indoors from 9pm-6am daily. A mask should be worn if in public, Businesses must close by 9pm each day. Only essential workers (e.g. government, utilities, food production, healthcare, etc.) are exempt from some restrictions. Preventative measures introduced on 22 March continue to apply, including mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water at all premises, limits on gatherings and numbers of persons allowed in public premises at any one time. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455.

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    24.06.2020
  • Liberia President extends state of emergency by 30 days because of COVID-19 outbreak (Reuters, 22.06.2020)

    Flights to Liberia are suspended until 27 June 2020.
    – This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac, Red Cross and repatriation flights.

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    International restrictions:

    All flights will be suspended until 27 June 2020. The measure does not apply to cargo flights.
    Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

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

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide State of Emergency, which includes a range of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, will expire by 21 June. Several measures, including travel restrictions and daily curfew, will be adjusted between 10 and 21 June. Hotels, guesthouses and gaming centres may reopen from 21 June. Hygiene measures will continue. Security forces will enforce measures. Movement to and from counties not yet affected by coronavirus is restricted. A permit is required for essential travel to/from these unaffected counties. All residents in affected counties are required to stay indoors from 9pm-6am daily. A mask should be worn if in public, Businesses must close by 9pm each day. Only essential workers (e.g. government, utilities, food production, healthcare, etc.) are exempt from some restrictions. Preventative measures introduced on 22 March continue to apply, including mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water at all premises, limits on gatherings and numbers of persons allowed in public premises at any one time. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455.

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    22.06.2020
  • Liberia Flights to Liberia are suspended. On 05 June, the President announced the re-opening of Roberts International Airport on 21 June 2020.

    – This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency, technical landing.
    – This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac, Red Cross, repatriation, charter and special flights.

    International restrictions:

    All flights will be suspended until further notice. The measure does not apply to cargo flights.
    Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

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

    Internal restrictions:

    A nationwide State of Emergency, which includes a range of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, will expire by 21 June. Several measures, including travel restrictions and daily curfew, will be adjusted between 10 and 21 June. Hotels, guesthouses and gaming centres may reopen from 21 June. Hygiene measures will continue. Security forces will enforce measures. Movement to and from counties not yet affected by coronavirus is restricted. A permit is required for essential travel to/from these unaffected counties. All residents in affected counties are required to stay indoors from 9pm-6am daily. A mask should be worn if in public, Businesses must close by 9pm each day. Only essential workers (e.g. government, utilities, food production, healthcare, etc.) are exempt from some restrictions. Preventative measures introduced on 22 March continue to apply, including mandatory hand washing with soap and clean water at all premises, limits on gatherings and numbers of persons allowed in public premises at any one time. Some offices and businesses may also require temperature checks. Liberian authorities have advised community members to report those showing coronavirus symptoms (coughing, fever, and difficulty breathing) by calling 4455.

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    11.06.2020
  • Liberia Flights to Liberia are suspended. On 05 June, the President announced the re-opening of Roberts International Airport on 21 June 2020.

    – This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency, technical landing.
    – This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac, Red Cross, repatriation, charter and special flights.

    International restrictions:

    All flights will be suspended until further notice. The measure does not apply to cargo flights.
    Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

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

    Internal restrictions:

    A state of emergency is in effect until 23 June. Restrictions, while relaxed include: 1) All are now required to be indoors by 9pm, instead of the previous time of 6pm; 2) The restriction requiring people to stay indoors at a certain time of the day will be lifted in counties that have not reported any case of the disease so far. 3) Movement to and from counties not yet affected by COVID-19 will be restricted. With the exception of basic supplies, all other such movements between/amongst counties are prohibited. 4) Opening of the Roberts International Airport to commercial flights on the 21st of June; 5) Hotels, guest houses, gaming centers are to reopen beginning the 21st of June, with the observance of the required health measures.

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    10.06.2020
  • Liberia Flights to Liberia are suspended.
    – This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency, technical landing.
    – This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac, Red Cross, repatriation, charter and special flights.

    International restrictions:

    All flights will be suspended until further notice. The measure does not apply to cargo flights.
    Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

    Internal restrictions:

    A state of emergency is in effect until 16 June.
    All 15 counties are quarantined Until further notice. Movement between counties is strictly prohibited except for Montserrado and Margibi which are quarantined as a single unit. Residents are allowed to leave their homes only for essential journeys and be limited to a single person per household for a maximum of one hour.
    A curfew is in place nationwide from 15.00 to 06.00.
    The wearing of face masks in public is mandatory.
    All schools, places of worship, cinemas, bars and beaches will be closed until further notice.
    Gatherings of more than ten people are banned.

    Relaxation of restrictions:

    Religious venues (mostly churches and mosques) have reopened from 15 May (mosques on 15 May and churches on 17 May), with 25% of the regular worship-hour occupancy for each service.

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    01.06.2020
  • Liberia Flights to Liberia are suspended. – This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency, technical landing. – This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac, Red Cross, repatriation, charter and special flights. Land borders with Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

    International restrictions:

    All flights will be suspended until further notice. The measure does not apply to cargo flights. Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

    Internal restrictions:

    A state of emergency is in effect until 16 June. All 15 counties are quarantined Until further notice. Movement between counties is strictly prohibited except for Montserrado and Margibi which are quarantined as a single unit. Residents are allowed to leave their homes only for essential journeys and be limited to a single person per household for a maximum of one hour. A curfew is in place nationwide from 15.00 to 06.00. The wearing of face masks in public is mandatory. All schools, places of worship, cinemas, bars and beaches will be closed until further notice. Gatherings of more than ten people are banned.

    Relaxation of restrictions:

    Religious venues (mostly churches and mosques) have reopened from 15 May (mosques on 15 May and churches on 17 May), with 25% of the regular worship-hour occupancy for each service.

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    27.05.2020
  • Liberia Flights to Liberia are suspended. – This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency, technical landing. – This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac, Red Cross, repatriation, charter and special flights. Land borders with Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

    International restrictions:

    All flights will be suspended until further notice. The measure does not apply to cargo flights. Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

    Internal restrictions:

    A state of emergency is in effect until 16 June. The Stay at home measures in the capital Monrovia have been extended on 10 May for two weeks. All 15 counties are quarantined until further notice. Movement between counties is strictly prohibited except for Montserrado and Margibi which are quarantined as a single unit. Residents are allowed to leave their homes only for essential journeys and be limited to a single person per household for a maximum of one hour. A curfew is in place nationwide from 15.00 to 06.00. The wearing of face masks in public is mandatory. All schools, places of worship, cinemas, bars and beaches will be closed until further notice. Gatherings of more than ten people are banned. Religious venues (mostly churches and mosques) have reopened from 15 May (mosques on 15 May and churches on 17 May), with 25% of the regular worship-hour occupancy for each service.

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    19.05.2020
  • Liberia Lockdown measures extended for two weeks from April 24 to until May 8 (Garda, 25.04.2020). Flights to Liberia are suspended. – This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency, technical landing. – This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac, Red Cross, repatriation, charter and special flights. Land borders with Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

    International restrictions:

    All flights will be suspended until further notice. The measure does not apply to cargo flights. Land borders with Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

    Internal restrictions:

    A state of emergency is in effect until 16 June. The Stay at home measures in the capital Monrovia have been extended on 10 May for two weeks. All 15 counties are quarantined until further notice. Movement between counties is strictly prohibited except for Montserrado and Margibi which are quarantined as a single unit. Residents are allowed to leave their homes only for essential journeys and be limited to a single person per household for a maximum of one hour. A curfew is in place nationwide from 15.00 to 06.00. The wearing of face masks in public is mandatory. All schools, places of worship, cinemas, bars and beaches will be closed until further notice. Gatherings of more than ten people are banned. Religious venues (mostly churches and mosques) will reopen from 15 May (mosques on 15 May and churches on 17 May), with 25% of the regular worship-hour occupancy for each service.

    Source: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/international-travel-document-news/1580226297.htm https://pandemic.internationalsos.com/2019-ncov/ncov-travel-restrictions-flight-operations-and-screening https://www.garda.com/crisis24/news-alerts/336071/liberia-president-extends-lockdown-measures-for-two-weeks-from-april-24-update-6

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    12.05.2020
  • Liberia Lockdown measures extended for two weeks from April 24 to until May 8 (Garda, 25.04.2020).

    Flights to Liberia are suspended.
    – This does not apply to aircraft in state of emergency, technical landing.
    – This does not apply to humanitarian, medevac, Red Cross, repatriation, charter and special flights.
    Land borders with Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire are closed.

    Internal restrictions:

    A state of emergency is in effect until 16 June. Stay at home measures extended until 22 May. All 15 counties are quarantined until further notice. Movement between counties is strictly prohibited except for Montserrado and Margibi which are quarantined as a single unit. Residents are allowed to leave their homes only for essential journeys and be limited to a single person per household for a maximum of one hour. A curfew is in place nationwide from 15.00 to 06.00. The wearing of face masks in public is mandatory. All schools, places of worship, cinemas, bars and beaches will be closed until further notice.
    Gatherings of more than ten people are banned.

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