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COVID- 19 Travel from Germany to South Africa

Updated 23 June 2022

As of 04 April, the National State of Disaster in south Africa was terminated. See the statement by President Ramaphosa. The rules for inbound travelers have not changed and will remain in place until 04 May as transitional rules.

As of 22 June 2022, all Covid regulations in South Africa are repealed. No more Vaccination requirements at the borders, no more mask-wearing and gatherings can take place as normal.

We also have a page with information about travelling from SA to Germany

Information on the web

  • The official Government site for travel rules. They publish the rules for each alert level.
  • General Covid Rules in SA – mask wearing, curfews etc
  • The South African Tourism Board, the official South African Tourism site
  • The Tourism Update site. They publish covid-19 relevant news on a regular basis
  • The TBCSA (Tourism Business Council of South Africa).  They publish regular press releases.
  • FAQ’s on International travel (31.01.2022)
  • Check what rules apply to you at TravelDoc
  • IATA Travel Regulations

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