COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country. From 1 April 2022all inbound/outbound international passengers above the age of 12 who have received one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, or two doses of any other vaccine, will no longer require evidence of a recent negative PCR test when travelling into or out of Federal Iraq or the KRI. Passengers need to present international vaccination cards containing QR codes proving their vaccination status. If you can’t be vaccinated for medical reasons, you must evidence this with a medical report, as well as proof of a PCR test conducted in the previous 72 hours. Check with your airline for further information.
COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country. WFP staff arriving in country are required to bring a medical certificate to prove they are clear of COVID-19 and should self-isolate for two weeks. Passengers on arrival must produce a negative COVID-19 test report obtained 72 hours prior to their flight. Otherwise, the traveller will be tested for COVID-19 at their own cost on arrival and will have to wait in isolation for 48 hours. If found positive, they will be transferred to a COVID-19 clinic. For the Iraqi Kurdistan Region (IKR), any traveller arriving through the air and land border in this region must show a certificate for a negative COVID-19 test not older than 48 hours. Without the report, the traveller will be required to undergo the test at their own cost and wait in home isolation for 48 hours. If found positive, the travellers will be sent to COVID-19 clinics.