Safe travels Mauritius Protocols for the new normal

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NEW PROCEDURE TO ENTER MAURITIUS UNTIL 31. OCTOBER 2020

QUARANTINE PROCEDURES FOLLOWING EASING OF TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN MAURITIUS

FIRST IT IS TO SAY ” NO OPENING FOR TOURISM” – we are sad but we also want everyone to be SAFE!

Quarantine procedrues Mauritius

SOURCE : https://www.tourism-mauritius.mu/mauritius-travel-alerts

QUARANTINE PROCEDURES FOLLOWING EASING OF TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS IN MAURITIUS

Mauritius has announced the phased easing of travel restrictions. As from 01 October 2020, borders will be open to Mauritian nationals, residents and tourists travelling to Mauritius for long stays.

Passengers will have to undergo a PCR test 5 days prior to travel. Upon arrival in Mauritius, a 14-day quarantine will be mandatory at an establishment approved by the authorities.

A travel package will be made available online for passengers and will include:

Accommodation, on a full-board basis, for the 14-day quarantine.
Transfer from the airport to the hotel.
Health costs including mandatory PCR tests.

To facilitate the process, a centralised booking platform, linking to airline and hotel sites, is being set up on the MTPA website at https://booking.mymauritius.travel and will be operational as from 20 September 2020.

Air Mauritius and Emirates Airlines are scheduling regular flights connecting Mauritius to designated destinations. Flights may also be booked at the retail outlets, call centres and the websites of the airlines.

The sanitary safety of travellers and of the Mauritian public is a topmost priority. Protocols following international best practice will be in force on board the aircraft, at the airport, for airport transfers, at quarantine locations and thereafter at hotels and all other public places.

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WTTC RECOGNISES MAURITIUS AS A SAFE DESTINATION

Be Safe – Mauritius is COVID FREE

The World Travel and Tourism Council ( WTTC) recently recognised the efforts taken by the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) in preparing to welcome back tourists and travellers shortly. These measures are taking place under the strict protocols of health, safety and sanitary conditions, notably due to the current global COVID-19 pandemic.

The WTTC is the leading authority representing travel and tourism in the world, which has implemented a series of compulsory health measures to activate the recovery of the island’s tourist activities – an important economic sector for the country.

Since 26 April, no local cases of the COVID-19 virus have been recorded in Mauritius, which has resulted in the government to removing sanitary containment from 31 May.

This successful outcome for the most popular tourist destination in the Indian Ocean can be attributed to the government which, as early as January this year, launched a series of stringent measures to contain the spread of the virus, following the global evolution of the pandemic.

After the gradual closing of the borders, the application of strict containment measures and isolation of those testing positive, followed by intensive contact tracing and tests, the country is has entered its next phase. This phase aims to welcome its first visitors back to the island soon, once borders open up.

Read more – https://www.tourism-mauritius.mu/en-int/mauritius-travel-alerts and https://besafemoris.mu/

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