Here are the guidelines laid out by the government of Angola for travellers to the country.
- Ensure that you have taken all your COVID-19 vaccines before arriving in Angola.
- If you have not taken COVID-19 vaccines, do not travel to Angola.
- You may still be at risk of contracting the coronavirus in Angola despite you being up to date on all vaccines.
- All persons above the age of two are required to wear properly fitting masks in public spaces that are indoors.
- In case you have a compromised and weakened immune system, or are at high risk of contracting coronavirus, despite being inoculated, talk with your doctor about the perceivable risks of travelling to Angola.
- All recommendations and requirements of the country of Angola must be followed in the letter.
Planning ahead for your visit to Angola
- Before travelling, ensure that you are up to date with the latest vaccinations for COVID-19.
- Follow the requirements of the airline you are travelling with, along with specific requirements of your destination place, which include wearing a mask, carrying proof of vaccination, testing as well as quarantine rules.
- Get a COVID-19 test done as close as possible to the date of departure (less than 3 days).
- All people of ages 2 and older, which include workers as well as passengers, need to wear comfortable and proper fitting masks or respirators in the indoor area of public transportations (like buses, trains, aeroplanes and ferries) as well as in hubs of transportation (stations, airports and seaports).