COVID-19 – Uganda entry requirements – 01/05/21
On the 30th April 2021 the Ministry of Health in Uganda released an updated statement regarding entry requirements into Uganda on account of the increased number COVID-19 variants and infection numbers in specific countries around the world. Below is a summary of the statement which has spilt entry requirements into 3 Categories, for the full Ministry of Health statement please click on the image below.
Further to the existing COVID -19 control measures the following shall apply to all flight from India and all passengers originating from India as of the 01st May at 23.59hrs.
Travellers from USA, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, South Africa, Ethiopia, Turkey, South Sudan and Tanzania should consider postponing non essential travel to Uganda.
Any traveller from these countries including Ugandan Nationals will be subjected to a PCR COVDI-19 test at the points of entry including Entebbe International Airport.
Countries not in Category One or Two are exempt from the above measure.
Note: Individuals in Category Two and Three who have received their full COVID-19 Vaccination and are asymptomatic will be allowed in to the country without the need for testing on arrival.
The Ministry of Health will observe countries showing a rapid increase in the number of cases every 7 days and will advise on any restrictions in the coming weeks.
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