Uganda drops requirement for COVID-19 test certificates for travelers
Uganda’s aviation authority has said that travelers arriving at Entebbe International Airport no longer need to present COVID-19 test certificates.
The new policy has been in effect since March 7, Vianney Luggya, spokesperson of Uganda Civil Aviation Authority, said in a statement Thursday.
The airport is located 40 km south of the capital, Kampala.
“Passengers through Entebbe International Airport are reminded that the requirement for COVID-19 certificates for arriving passengers was dropped (no longer relevant),” said Luggya.
“For departing passengers, it is only applied when the destination country requires it,” he said.