EU Lifts Travel Ban On South African Countries But Introduces Pre-departure Testing

European Union member states have agreed to lift its travel ban on Southern African countries, the EU council presidency announced today. 

“Member States have agreed this morning at IPCR meeting to lift the emergency break to allow air travel to resume with southern African countries,” tweeted France, the current Council President. 

 (…) Travelers from this area will still be subject to the health measures applicable to travelers from third countries.” 

🔴🇪🇺 Member States have agreed this morning at IPCR meeting to lift the emergency break to allow air travel to resume with southern African countries. (…) 1/2 ⤵️

— Présidence française du Conseil de l’UE 🇫🇷🇪🇺 (@Europe2022FR) January 10,

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