19
May
Senegal
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Crew Change have been started at Senegal. All vessels calling Dakar have to be inspected at anchorage by PHO & HM and berthing will be allowed only if there is no case of Corona. Vessels must provide before their arrival a crew list and last 10 Port calls.

19
May
Kenya
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International passenger flights still permitted except Passenger flights from and to India which have been suspended by the government for 14 days effective from the 1st of May 2021. There is curfew from 22:00Hrs – 04:00Hrs daily.

19
May
Ivory Coast

As on date 1st May; there are confirmed 46,036 COVID 19 cases in Ivory Coast with 286 deaths. There has been an increase of 271 cases in the past 1 week. On March 26, the Ivoirian government extended the Health State of Emergency till June 30th.

19
May
Angola
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All vessels calling AOLAD will have to be inspected at the anchorage area before coming alongside. It is compulsory that all vessels present marine sanitary declaration of health, the last 10 port of calls prior to arrival.

12
May
Djibouti
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Passengers traveling to and from the Republic of Djibouti by any means (aircraft, boats, trains, collective transport vehicles) must
be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival at air, land or seaports of entry and will cost for test $30.00.

12
May
Oman

Upon arrival at Muscat Airport crew members have to conduct PCR test and wait in a hotel for one day to obtain results, if results negative the crew member can join the vessel, otherwise a 14-days quarantine in a hotel is required until results are negative.

10
May
Turkey

Republic of Turkey has decided to suspend flights to United Kingdom, Denmark and South Africa temporarily. Turkey will ask PCR negative test results from all the passengers coming to Turkey as from 28.12.2020. Tests must be valid for 72 hours.

7
Apr
Ecuador

Any person entering Ecuador must arrive with a negative RT-PCR test or antigen test performed up to three (3) days prior arrival at Ecuador or the vaccination certificate against COVID-19. If not comply, authorities will not permit the entrance to the country.

7
Apr
Bahamas

The results of the COVID-19 RT-PCR test required by the Bahamas Government to conduct crew changes are now available within a 24 hours turn around in order to operate in a safely and rapid manner.