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Travel regulations in Namibia


The current Public Health Regulations are valid until 15 July 2022

According to the statement by President Hage Geingob at the 44th Covid-19 update on our National Response Measures, all public health measures remain unchanged and are therefore extended until 15 July 2022.

Published: 16/06/2022

The Recap on the Covid regulations announced earlier:

  1. Wearing of masks is no longer mandatory. However, people are encouraged to wear masks in public places and keep at least 1m distance between each other.
  2. The max size of public gatherings is adjusted to 1000 people per event.
  3. Fully vaccinated travellers are no longer required to produce a negative PCR test result upon arrival in Namibia. An authentic valid vaccination card is needed at Points of Entry. 
  4. If not, a negative PCR test is required not older than 72 hours from the time of collection of specimen until point of entry.
  5. No curfew.

Read more here.

Other details

From the 15th of January 2022, Namibia is implementing the Trusted Travel System. All travellers entering Namibia are required to sign up and register their COVID test results via the online AU Trusted Travel System or the Global Haven System on entry into the country via international airports and road border posts.

Useful links:

Register on the AU Trusted Travel System

Verify test results on Global Haven

Published: 17/02/2022


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