Restriction Imposed by Guinea Government
  • International restrictions:

    The country’s land and maritime borders are closed, and all international flights are suspended- humanitarian flights are excempt- until further notice. On 27 March the President announced a state of emergency, closing the borders. Quarantine measures were in force when the airport was open and those passengers showing coronavirus symptoms were taken to a government quarantine facility. COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
    Public health requirements for humanitarian flighs [https://humanitarianbooking.wfp.org/en/wfp-aviation/]

    Internal restrictions:

    The President has extended the health state of emergency from 15 June for up to 30 days. Movement is limited out of Conakry although there is now no limit to movement to Conakry. There is a limit of 30 people assembling for marriage, baptism and funeral services in Conakry and 100 people in the interior of the country. Schools and mosques are closed, as well as bars. However some school openings from 29 June and reopening from 22 June of places of worship exclusively in the areas which have not recorded any cases of Covid-19 for a period of at least 30 days.There is a curfew from 11pm to 4am in Greater Conakry including Coyah and Dubéreka.

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    28.06.2020

    Guinea Guinea’s borders are closed.
    – This does not apply to nationals of Guinea with an approval from the government and a medical certificate stating that the passenger is not affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19).

    International restrictions:

    The country’s land and maritime borders are closed, and all international flights are suspended until further notice.

    Internal restrictions:

    An ongoing state of emergency has been extended until 15 June; movements are restricted to essential ones, while citizens are asked to stay at home. Circulation and trade of goods are only restricted from 07.00 to 11.00.
    A night-time curfew from 22.00 until 05.00 is in place in Conakry, Coyah and Dubreka. Until further notice. Exit from the capital Conakry has been prohibited. Entry to the city is not affected. The wearing of facemasks in public is mandatory across the country. Non-essential facilities, such as places of worship and schools, have been closed, while gatherings of more than 30 people have been banned.

    26.05.2020

    Guinea

    International restrictions:

    All inbound travel and non-essential outbound travel to countries with more than 50 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with the exception of freight, have been suspended until further notice. Cargo and humanitarian flights will continue to operate normally. Land borders are closed.

    Internal restrictions:

    Exit from the capital Conakry has been prohibited. Entry to the city is not affected. The state of emergency has been extended at least until 15 June. The night-time curfew from 22.00 until 05.00 was lifted except in Conakry, Coyah and Dubreka. All internal travel is prohibited except under exceptional circumstances. Non-essential facilities, such as places of worship and schools, have been closed, while gatherings of more than 20 people have been banned and public transport in Conakry reduced. This triggered a strike in the public transport network to denounce this decision. The wearing of face masks in public is mandatory across the country. All suspected COVID-19 cases are sent to one of the four laboratories in the country available for COVID-19 testing. People are required to stay in the laboratories until the test result comes back

    21.05.2020

Guinea

International restrictions:

All inbound travel and non-essential outbound travel to countries with more than 50 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with the exception of freight, have been suspended until further notice. Cargo and humanitarian flights will continue to operate normally. Land borders are closed.

Internal restrictions:

Exit from the capital Conakry has been prohibited. Entry to the city is not affected. The state of emergency has been extended at least until 15 June. The night-time curfew from 22.00 until 05.00 was lifted except in Conakry, Coyah and Dubreka. All internal travel is prohibited except under exceptional circumstances. Non-essential facilities, such as places of worship and schools, have been closed, while gatherings of more than 20 people have been banned and public transport in Conakry reduced. This triggered a strike in the public transport network to denounce this decision. The wearing of face masks in public is mandatory across the country. All suspected COVID-19 cases are sent to one of the four laboratories in the country available for COVID-19 testing. People are required to stay in the laboratories until the test result comes back

18.05.2020

Guinea

International restrictions:

All travellers from affected countries, both nationals and expatriates, will be quarantined for 14 days. All international inbound and outbound commercial flights are suspended, with the exception of cargo transport flights and the weekly flight for international carriers. All maritime and air land borders are closed with the exception of ships with commercial merchandise, work materials and equipment. Internal flights are operational. Cronos Airlines has suspended all domestic flights.

Internal restrictions:

A ‘state of alarm’ is in place until at least 31 May. The countrywide lockdown and the total containment of Malabo and Bata has been extended until 31 May. Movement within the country has been restricted to essential reasons only. The use of masks and gloves when outside has been made compulsory. All shops and factories are closed, except for those providing essential services such as food and medicine. Restaurants are also closed – except for food delivery. All gatherings of more than ten people are prohibited until further notice. Additional measures for the mainland include: The wearing of face masks in public is mandatory. Additional sanitary measures have been implemented at border crossings of Ebebiyin, Mocomiseng and Rio Campo.

16.05.2020

Guinea Closure of Conakry Gbessia International Airport to Commercial Air Traffic for the next 45 days. (23.03.2020, OSAC)

International restrictions:

All inbound travel and non-essential outbound travel to countries with more than 50 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with the exception of freight, have been suspended until at least 7 May.
Cargo and humanitarian flights will continue to operate normally.
Land borders are closed.

Internal restrictions:

Exit from the capital Conakry has been prohibited. Entry to the city is not affected.
The state of emergency has been extended at least until 15 May.
A night-time curfew is in place from 21.00 until 05.00.
All internal travel is prohibited except under exceptional circumstances.
All suspected COVID-19 cases are sent to one of the four laboratories in the country available for COVID-19 testing. People are required to stay in the laboratories until the test result comes back.

Source: https://travelbans.org/africa/guinea/

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