Angolan Minister of State and Head of the Civil Affairs Office, de Almeida, said at the regular press conference on the pandemic that day that the Angolan government will suspend air passenger links with South Africa, Brazil and Portugal from midnight on January 24, in a move aimed at preventing the mutation of the novel coronavirus.
The virus was imported from outside Angola, while he urged Angolans in South Africa, Brazil and Portugal to return to security by January 23.
De Almeida added that Angola will also implement stricter pandemic prevention and control measures. Starting from January 16, international tourists in Angola will not only be tested for COVID-19 before boarding, but also be tested for COVID-19 again upon arrival in Angola.
Passengers with negative tests should comply with Travelers who are quarantined at home for 10 days and who test positive will be hospitalized and then tested again. The result is negative before being discharged.