Covid-19 Travel Restrictions in the Republic of Congo
The Republic of Congo has reopened its international airports and has resumed international flights for travelers.
The Republic of Congo reopened its international airports on 24 August and resumed international passenger flights.
A negative COVID-19 test must be sent to travelers entering the Republic of Congo within 72 hours of their departure upon arrival. Children under 11 years of age are excluded from COVID-19 test results.
All passengers visiting the Republic of the Congo will be subject to compulsory airport arrival and quarantine testing at a government-operated facility. In certain cases, the home quarantine will be allowed after Covid’s verification.