It has been reported by media outlets that, on the 7th of June, the authorities in the semi-autonomous region of Zanzibar eased measures restricting international travel to the island.
All visitors will be subject to a temperature check at point of entry and must provide proof that they hold valid international health insurance. Whilst in the country, face masks must be worn at all times and social distancing rules should be followed.
The mandatory 14-day quarantine period for those arriving into the country has been removed and only those showing symptoms of COVID-19 will be placed in quarantine unless they have proof of a negative test.
Although all scheduled and unscheduled flights are free to arrive and depart Tanzania, there remains a ban on public gatherings, schools are closed and sporting events suspended. Most bars, restaurants and hotels have closed voluntarily. However, many restaurants are offering takeaway services.
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