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Guinea-Bissau has re-opened for travel, while many domestic restrictions are still in place.
All Guinea-Bissau’s air and land borders are open again, and flights have resumed.
Anyone arriving that is presenting symptoms, or has been on a flight with a suspected COVID-19 case, will be tested upon arrival and required to stay in quarantine until results arrive.
All arrivals to Guinea-Bissau will be required to present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours.
Public transportation in Guinea-Bissau is operating in 50% capacity.
Restaurants in Guinea-Bissau are open for takeout only.
Non-essential businesses and attractions in Guinea-Bissau remain closed.
Wearing face masks is required in all public places.
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