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17th May 2022

All ports are operating normally and many borders open for cargo and international airports re-opened. Please check the individual country pages for more detail but an overview of the situation in each country is here:OMA Covid-19 Update 17May22

Recent updates:
From May 17th in Togo – all land borders now open
From May in Senegal: Relaxation of requirements for vessels calling in Dakar, please check the Senegal page for details.
From May in Burkina Faso: Vaccination pass or negative PCR test both accepted for travellers to Burkina Faso.
From March 28th in Ghana: Land and sea borders are open and the Government has eased COVID-19 social restrictions. Kotoka International Airport is open – please check the Ghana page for the latest COVID-19 protocols at the airport.
From March 28th in Togo: New protocols for vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers, please check the Togo page for details.
From March 7th in Côte d’Ivoire: New regulations for passengers – please check the CI page for information.

Crew changes are taking place with some conditions in place in  Benin, Gambia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Mauritania, Senegal and Togo.
Please check the individual country page below and contact the local office for details.

IATA has put together all the latest information from airlines – updated daily and currently free to access:
Airlines Cargo Operations Status Covid-19
Passenger Travel Restrictions
Aviation charges


Disclaimer: We will update this page as new information becomes available but please be aware that information is from a variety of sources and whilst every care is taken to make sure the details are correct, OMA Group, its employees or representatives cannot be held responsible or liable for losses or damage, howsoever caused, as a result of a recipient of this news relying on the information contained herein. OMA is not responsible for the content of external websites cited. Please also check with the local authorities and your local OMA office as changes to country responses are happening daily.