- Passengers must submit a completed International Health Arrival Form (IHA) on arrival.
- Passengers must hold a hard copy or verifiable QR code of negative PCR test result from a recognised laboratory obtained within 72 hours prior to arrival.
- This does not apply to the following passengers:
- Crew members;
- Medical emergencies;
- Passengers aged younger than 5 years;
- Nationals of South Sudan.
Quarantine and testing on arrival
- Symptomatic passengers will be subject to a Ag-RDT on arrival. If a positive result is received, the passenger will be subject to case management and contact tracing protocols. If a negative result is received, the passenger must take a GeneXpert/PCR test and can continue their journey if this test result is also negative.
- Passengers departing South Sudan must hold a hard copy or verifiable QR code of negative PCR test result from a Ministry of Health approved laboratory in line with the requirements of the arrival country.