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Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
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International Restrictions:

*Entry to Mozambique: Entry to Mozambique is allowed to all travellers with a valid tourist or residency visa. The issuing of border visas for tourism purposes has now resumed.

*Testing on arrival: Testing for COVID-19 may be required on arrival in Mozambique, at your expense.

*Quarantine requirements: Travellers presenting a negative COVID-19 PCR test are exempt from the quarantine regime. The test must have been issued in the departure country, within 72 hours prior to the time of arrival. Children under 11 years old are exempt from the requirement to present a COVID-19 PCR test. Anyone testing positive, or in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 will be required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days. Anyone who does not present a negative COVID-19 test will need to self-isolate for 14 days.

*Data collection: All arriving passengers are required to provide their contact details to the Mozambican authorities. Internal Restrictions:

*Travel in Mozambique: The Mozambican government has declared “State of Calamity”’, which will remain in place indefinitely. These regulations laid under the “State of Calamity” have imposed restrictions on movement within the country. These restrictions can change at short notice, so contact your accommodation provider or tour operator for the latest information, and comply with the advice of the local authorities. The Mozambican government announced new COVID-19 restrictions starting at midnight on 27 April for a period of 30 days. The new restrictions include: a mandatory curfew in all provincial capitals and some district capitals (Chokwe, Gondola, Moatize, Mocuba, Maxixe, Cuamba, Manhiça, Montepuez, Massinga and Nacala) from 10pm to 4am; limiting meetings to 50 people in closed spaces and 100 people in outdoor spaces; and the reopening of gyms and hotel swimming pools. Beaches remain closed. Wearing face coverings is compulsory in all public spaces including on public transport. Individuals who have been in places with active cases of coronavirus, or who have had direct contact with someone with a confirmed case of coronavirus, will be required to observe self-isolation for a period of 14 days.

*Accommodation: Some hotels and other accommodations have closed. Please check with your accommodation provider before you travel. Masks/face coverings are compulsory in hotels and other accommodation.

*Public places and services: Most shopping centres, markets, restaurants, cafes and bars are open, with some restrictions on timings. Beaches are now closed to the public. Hotel swimming pools are open for guests only. Gyms and other areas for physical training activities are now open. Religious services are permitted, up to 30% of the maximum capacity of the venue, not exceeding 50 people in closed spaces and 100 people in open places. Wearing face coverings is compulsory in all public spaces.

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