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South Africa Resuming International flights on Oct. 1

vetrade

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Got notice overnight that South Africa is moving to Level 1 restrictions on Sept 21 and will resume international flights (via CPT and JNB only) as of 1st October, 2020, with some high risk countries to be excluded.

Will be a moot point for Aussies for the time being because of the non departure rules here, though.

Pax arriving into SA must have a negative Covid test not more than 72 hours before departure, screening checks on arrival and some pax may be required to enter 14 days quarantine at their own expense.

Shops, restaurants etc will be restricted to 50% capacity with a max. of 250 people at indoor gatherings, masks to be worn, curfew midnight to 4am.
 

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I mean I live in europe and we will be able to travel next month so I don't believe this will take 3 years for you guys. Also you need like many other countries foreign tourism, so I truly believe it will take no longer than the beginning of your summer time. 192.168.100.1 192.168.1.1 jpg to pdf
 
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I mean I live in europe and we will be able to travel next month so I don't believe this will take 3 years for you guys. Also you need like many other countries foreign tourism, so I truly believe it will take no longer than the beginning of your summer time. 192.168.100.1 192.168.1.1 jpg to pdf

Summer this year? Not a chance for inbound. With the second and third waves happening around the world now I doubt they'll loosen the outbound restrictions any time soon either.

I'll be honest and say if someone wants to fly out I have no objection but they must sign a waiver that they won't call on the govt to get them home if things go bad for them (from a virus perspective). Also have to agree to quarantine when they come home if that's still in place.

We'd love to go to SA and do the Intrepid trip we had booked for this year. Intrepid has said if we go next year it's guaranteed same price. That just isn't going to happen.
 

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