Chad has had its airports reopened. Travelers must carry a test
certificate and, upon arrival, are subject to quarantine.
On August 1, Chad reopened its airports.
All passengers are expected to send a COVID-19 negative test
certificate dated no more than 72 hours before arriving in Chad, to surrender
their passport, to quarantine at home for 7 days, and to take a COVID-19 test
on the seventh day. Upon presentation of the COVID-19 test receipt, passports
will be returned.
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