Traveling to Zimbabwe – COVID-19 Updates
A country with many tourist attractions, not least because of the numerous mountains and national parks! With the Eastern Highlands sharing a border with Mozambique, and a number of ancient ruins including the Great Zimbabwe ruins in Masvingo, the country is an amazing destination for tourists and travelers alike.
Zimbabwe reopened its borders to travelers on October 1, 2020, and all travelers need to present a negative COVID-19 PCR clearance certificate issued by a recognized facility within 48 hours of the departure date. If a negative test is presented, travelers do not need to quarantine. However, those who arrived without a test or display symptoms will get tested upon arrival and have to quarantine in a government facility until receiving a negative result.
The US Embassy states that US citizens can travel to Zimbabwe, and the current advice by the US State Department and the CDC are Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution and Level 2: Moderate Level of COVID-19 respectively.
As cases surged in January 2021 lockdown, a curfew was put into place, operating between 10 p.m. and 5:30 a.m., which is actively enforced by the security services. It is encouraged for people to comply with the current regulations, including wearing a face mask that covers the nose and the mouth when out in public.
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