Most of the land and sea borders remain closed. All borders of Eastern Libya are currently open. The entry restrictions may vary depending on the epidemiological situation of each country. Emsaed border crossing point is open for entry and exit. Ras Ajdir border crossing will remain closed with exceptions granted for returning Libyans. Residents are allowed to enter. Foreign nationals are allowed to enter, though flights to Libya remain limited. Travellers will undergo health checks along with temperature screening. A COVID-19 PCR test will be administered. Anyone arriving in Benghazi as well as other areas in eastern Libya will need to have a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate issued within the last 48 hours prior to their arrival. Travellers departing from Libya must have a PCR test carried out within 20 hours before flight. On arrival, travellers will undergo PCR testing and must quarantine for three days until the result is received. Travellers with a positive result will be transferred to a designated centre for further treatment, and those with a negative result will be subject to home quarantine for ten days. Arriving passengers may be asked to complete a health declaration form. Internal Restrictions:
*Travel in Libya: Libya has announced a number of measures and restrictions to limit the spread of the virus. Implementation of these measures has been relaxed but they may be tightened again at short notice.