Mauritius has suspended all inbound flights from South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Namibia and Eswatini, until further notice. This is to curb the spread of the newly identified COVID variant, Omicron.
Passengers who arrived in Mauritius on Saturday 27 November will have to observe an in-room, hotel quarantine period of at least 7 days, in addition to the mandatory PCR test on arrival.
The Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority acknowledges ‘the significant disruption which results from such measures, particularly for the 176 passengers who arrived on MK852 on 27 November 2021 but they are essential to ensure the health and wellness of all. The passengers involved are being given all possible support in these difficult times for all.”
We hope that these measures are lifted as soon as possible when the sanitary situation permits this.
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