Coronavirus Travel Guide for South Sudan COVID-19 updates for South Sudan

Information about the status of Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel disruptions affecting South Sudan

If you are planning meetings and trips, our site is valuable to see when countries such as South Sudan are on holiday. As international travel has been seriously affected by the coronavirus(COVID-19) pandemic, we are updating the latest travel information about South Sudan in our interactive maps to help you plan your trips better.

Coronavirus Guidance for: South Sudan

Coronavirus: Travel status Arrivals from Botswana, Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda are allowed.

last update: 28 Aug 2020

Can I travel to South Sudan?

This map shows the current status of travel to South Sudan. Highlight a country to see more information. Click to zoom in and filter the country comments underneath.

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By Country

Please note that travel to South Sudan from the following places may be limited or unavailable. Even if travel is allowed, there may be specific stipulations in place, so please check the comments below:

   Botswana: Passengers are not allowed to enter Botswana. Exceptions include nationals and residents of Botswana. Residents arriving from Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States or the United Kingdom are not allowed to enter Botswana. updated: 20 Jun 2020

   Burundi: International passenger flights at Melchior Ndadaye Airport (BJM) are suspended indefinitely. Cargo and humanitarian flights will be allowed to continue. Authorities have also imposed restrictions at land border crossings. updated: 20 Jun 2020

   Kenya: Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine. 18 countries are exempt from quarantine if they have a negative COVID-19 test. updated: 05 Aug 2020

   Rwanda: As of June 17, Rwanda has reopened for tourism, with no restrictions based on nationality or country of departure. updated: 28 Jun 2020

   Tanzania: All international commercial flights and crossborder transportation have resumed as of May 19. Under the new measures, all travelers arriving at all airports will be required to undergo enhanced screening for COVID-19 upon arrival. updated: 20 Jun 2020

   Uganda: International travel to Uganda has restared. Arriving passengers must have a negative COVID-19 test taken at most 72 hours before departure and may be subjec to medical screening on arrival. updated: 02 Oct 2020

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