*Travel in Uganda: It is mandatory for everyone aged 6 or above to wear a face mask
when outside your house. Further guidance is available from the Ministry of Health website
. A curfew remains in place from 9pm to 6am. Passengers travelling on flights
departing during curfew hours (9pm to 6am) will be allowed
to travel to the airport upon presentation of a valid ticket. Movement by personal vehicles is now permitted in all districts, including those with an international border, but is still limited to 4 people per car (including the driver) and all must wear mask
s if there is more than one person in the vehicle. Travel by public transport (including minibus taxis, buses, coaches, passenger trains) is now allowed
. Tuk tuks and boda bodas (motorbike taxis) are allowed
to carry passengers, but must stop operating by 6pm.
*Accommodation: Hotels and restaurants are open with social distancing measures in place and food delivery services remain operational outside of curfew hours.
*Public places and services: Gatherings of more than 5 people are still prohibited. Public exercise is still banned. Shopping malls and arcades, supermarkets, pharmacies, hairdressers and salons are open. Casinos, gaming centres, cinemas, and bars remain closed. Places of worship are allowed
to reopen but with some restrictions in place. Open air sports are now allowed
without spectators. Indoor sports activities including gyms remain closed.
requirement at government designated site- subject to screening
Arriving passengers will be subject to temperature checks and will be screened for infectious diseases by the Port Health authorities. If a passenger shows signs or symptoms of any infectious disease they will be taken by ambulance to a local isolation
centre to undergo a COVID-19 test
at their own cost. Test
results will be returned within 24 to 48 hours; passengers will be expected to remain at the isolation
centre until the test
results are returned. If a foreign national
tests positive for COVID-19
and wishes to be repatriated for treatment outside of Uganda, they will be expected to cover the costs themselves.
negative certification is required for entering the country.
On arrival at Entebbe International Airport and at land border crossings, travellers will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test
certificate issued no more than 72 hours before boarding the aircraft. Airlines have been directed not to allow passengers without a negative test
certificate to travel. Foreign national
passengers who arrive without a valid negative test
certificate will be denied entry.