More good news for South Africa is that the 27 countries of the European Union will be following Germany and France in lifting their travel bans against South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Mozambique, Botswana, and Eswatini, according to a report today by BusinessTech.
The first news came today via a Tweet from the Presidency of France.
The new regulation in respect of Southern African travellers entering the European Union countries are the following, taken from the Tweet: ‘Travellers from the region will still be subject to health measures applicable to travellers from third countries’, sounding like Frenglish!
A pre-departure PCR Test is a requirement to travel into the European Union countries. The date of implementation is not specified.
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