If you’re considering a trip to Angola, the FCDO’s Coronavirus section will tell you everything you need to know about the virus.

Obtaining travel insurance and ensuring that it provides adequate coverage is more crucial than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic. See the FCDO’s foreign travel insurance guidelines. See the Coronavirus website for further information on COVID-19 vaccinations.

Avoid political meetings and demonstrations, remain watchful, and follow local security authorities’ recommendations and instructions.

Before visiting Angola, you must have a valid visa and/or work permit. Because the process can take a long period, you should apply many weeks ahead of time. Examine the entry requirements.

Angola has been classed as having a risk of Zika virus transmission by UK health officials. Visit the National Travel Health Network and Centre website for more information and assistance.

Luanda has a high level of criminality. When taking money from banks and ATMs, be especially cautious. After dusk, avoid walking around the city. See also Crime

Despite the fact that Angola has no recent history of terrorism, attacks cannot be ruled out. See also Terrorism.

If you require emergency assistance from the UK government while overseas, call the nearest British embassy, consulate, or high commission. In sections of Angola, where the FCDO advises against all but essential travel, consular assistance is limited.

The Overseas Business Risk service provides information and guidance to British businesses operating abroad.

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