*Air Mauritius are running weekly flights to Paris, from where onward connections to the UK are available. Visit theAir Mauritius website or call +230 207 7070 for booking information. *Entry to Mauritius and quarantine requirements: On 6 March, in response to the COVID-19 situation, the Government of Mauritius announced the suspension of all international flight arrivals. Departures remain scheduled at this time. Internal Restrictions:
*Travel in Mauritius: On 31 March 2021, the Government of Mauritius announced that lockdown restrictions would be extended until 30 April 2021, however, some economic activities are allowed to operate under strict sanitary conditions. You should follow the advice of the local authorities.
*Accommodation: Some accommodation providers are open for Mauritian residents; however, accommodation remains closed to tourists.
*Public spaces and services: The Mauritian authorities announced new lockdown restrictions on 9 March 2021. From 11 March to 30 April, supermarkets, bakeries, banks and butchers shops will be open, but access will only be granted on certain days according to the first letter of your surname (surnames A-F on Monday and Thursday; G-N on Tuesday and Friday; and O-Z on Wednesday and Saturday). Social distancing and wearing of face masks in public remains mandatory. Public transport is operating. Access to public places will be prohibited, including beaches. Markets, cinemas, gyms and restaurants remain closed although food delivery is allowed. Cultural and sports events will be cancelled and there is a restriction on numbers at marriages and funerals. Work Access Permits are being delivered to those who need to commute to the office and to help restart the economy. Several red zones with higher risks of exposure to COVID-19 have been identified. Movement in and out of red zones is being closely monitored. You should follow the advice of the local authorities.