- Definition of fully vaccinated: Vaccination is not required for travel but if you are fully vaccinated you may face less travel restrictions. Passengers are considered fully vaccinated if they meet hold a vaccine certificate showing one of the following:
- At least 14 days have elapsed since receiving the last dose of a two dose vaccine;
- At least 28 days have elapsed since receiving the last dose of a one dose vaccine;
- At least 7 days have elapsed since receiving a booster vaccine.
- Passengers must have been vaccinated with an authorised vaccine (AstraZeneca, Covishield, Johnson and Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer (BioNTech), Sinopharm or Sinovac).
- Passengers must complete a Passenger Tracking Form prior to arrival in Mauritania.
- Unvaccinated passengers: Passengers aged 12 years and older must hold a negative PCR test certificate from a certified laboratory obtained within 72 hours prior to arrival.
- Vaccinated passengers: Test is not required for passengers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
Quarantine and testing on arrival
- Passengers displaying symptoms of Covid-19 on arrival will be subject to an RT-PCR test. If a negative result is received, the passenger is advised to quarantine for 10 days. If a positive result is received, the passenger must quarantine for 10 days on arrival in designated establishments at his own cost and will be subject to an RT-PCR test at the end of the quarantine period.
- Crew members who are required to spend one or more nights for operational or technical reasons and who do not hold a vaccination certificate or a RT-PCR test must quarantine in a hotel until their departure.