One of the first African countries to open generally for the travel industry—the path back in June—was Tanzania. At the time, there were no testing or quarantine requirements. That was changed in August to require a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of travel, however, the standard was later lifted in September. Presently just improved screenings (and testing on arrival, whenever considered significant) are required. All things considered, your carrier will probably require a negative PCR test to board, so it’s ideal to get tried paying little heed to evolve rules. Remember that the Tanzanian government has not been delivering any of its COVID-19 measurements since April, so precise data about the effect the pandemic is having on nearby residents and assets isn’t promptly accessible.
Air Tanzania could resume operations to other countries that have re-opened for international travel, or for passengers looking to fly with the airline – to be confirmed