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Covid-19 Travel Restrictions in South Sudan

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South Sudan has reopened its borders, but the government of South Sudan has suspended the issue of visas at its embassies abroad, and since 24 March, all regular international commercial flights have been suspended. Humanitarian and evacuation flights, with the approval of the South Sudan High-Level Task Force, can still enter the country.

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Travelers seeking to enter South Sudan must have a coronavirus-free certificate given no more than 48 hours prior to travel and endorsed by a credible medical provider. They will also require previous permission from the National Task Force to enter the country.

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