Latest on COVID-19 in Mauritius
2020/09/24
 

1. Till September 23, there are currently 17 imported active cases in Mauritius with 1837 passengers in quarantine.

2. The Mauritian government announced that from October 1st, Mauritius will enter the second phase of reopening borders and resume commercial flights to and from certain countries. Mauritian nationals, foreigners having either a residence or an occupation permit, and tourists having valid visas for more than 14 days will be allowed for entry. Passengers should take nucleic acid tests 5 days before boarding as well as the mandatory 14-day quarantine at the designated hotels at their own expenses after entry. The Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority has set up an online platform, My Mauritius, through which those coming to Mauritius as from October 1 can choose where to quarantine from a list of 17 hotels including three 5-star hotels, eight 4-star hotels and six 3-star hotels.

3. According to Mauritian media, Air Mauritius will fly twice a week to Paris and on every Monday to Reunion Island, whilst Emirates will operate one flight per week from Dubai. From October 25th to November 30th, flights to and from Dubai will be increased to 4 flights a week, and from December 1, flights to and from Dubai will be increased to 7 flights a week.

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