Mauritius Reopens Its Borders

With one of the highest fully vaccination rates in Africa, Mauritius reopens its borders on 1st October 2021.

Mauritius Reopens Its Borders on October 1st 2021

With one of the highest fully vaccination rates in Africa, our borders are reopening on 1st October 2021.

Vaccination Campaign Progress

With over 82% of local adults vaccinated, Mauritius reopens and is ready to welcome back tourists in a safe and secure environment. The vaccination campaign for those under 18 will start end of September according to the authorities.

Mauritius has a modern health service that has responded positively to the pandemic.

Dr Laurent Musango who is a representative of the World Health Organization based in Mauritius stated that the vaccination campaign in Mauritius was successful and that the rate of vaccination can provide a safer environment for people to continue a normal life.

To note that unvaccinated travellers can also travel to Mauritius but will have to quarantine for 14 days in designated hotels before being allowed to move freely on the island. Travellers will be allowed to check out the quarantine facility after a negative PCR test on the 14th day.

Click Here to view the official Communique of the Government of Mauritius.

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