Tanzania health ministry has stated that foreigners visiting the country will no longer be subjected to a mandatory 14-day quarantine.
Recall the quarantine requirement for foreigners was introduced last month in a bid to help prevent the importation of coronavirus into the country.
Officials on Monday set new guidelines which require travellers to simply be screened for symptoms at the point of entry.
All travellers are required to truthfully fill out a Traveller’s Surveillance Form available on-board or in any other transport means and submit it to Port Health Authorities upon arrival,” part of the ministry’s statement read.
Although, foreigners and residents are still expected to observe hand hygiene, wear masks and maintain social distancing.