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Angola maintains pre-shipment test requirement for covid-19 for entry into the country

The government has updated preventive measures against covid-19, maintaining the requirement for a pre-boarding test carried out up to 48 hours before departure, but testing on arrival at Luanda airport has ceased to take place since Saturday at 00:00.


Presidential Decree No. 241/22, which updates the measures and extinguishes the Commission responsible for managing the pandemic, entered into force on Saturday.

Among the novelties, the end of the mandatory use of face mask stands out, except in health units, pharmacies and events likely to cause high gatherings.

Leaving Angola requires the presentation of a complete vaccination certificate, a requirement that extends to entry into national territory.

In the case of entries, it is also mandatory to present a test for the SARS CoV-2 virus with a negative result.

The measures were presented on Friday by the Minister of State and head of the Military House of the President of the Republic, Francisco Furtado, who, at the time, only addressed departures from the territory.

Angola has a total of 102,294 confirmed cases, of which 101,324 recovered, and 1917 deaths.

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