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Burundi’s borders remain closed for leisure travel, and few domestic restrictions are in place.
Few flights are available to Burundi, and only citizens, residents and essential travelers may enter.
Anyone arriving to Burundi will be tested for COVID-19 and required to quarantine for 72 hours, until results arrive.
Public transportation in Burundi is operating.
Restaurants and bars in Burundi are open.
Non-essential businesses and attractions in Burundi are open.
Wearing face masks is recommended in Burundi.
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