Standard Operating Procedures‚ post COVID-19
Tanzania has now reopened to international flights and has lifted its 14-day quarantine period for arrivals in the country. Upon arriving in the country, visitors will be required to have their temperature taken, and there will be a range of specific health and safety measures taken on transport and at the accommodation to protect against the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Many safaris camps and lodges will be opening in the next coming weeks. Air Tanzania, Ethiopian Airlines, and Turkish Airlines are resuming flights this month. KLM, Emirates, Kenya Airways, Qatar Airways, and Swiss Air Lines plan to restart flights to Tanzania from July, 2020.