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Timeline and information

Sudan announced on March 19 that they would stop issuing visas on arrival and transit visas to passengers coming from China or who traveled via the Asian nation. Later, the country extended this measure to people of ten other countries.

After new cases have been reported on March 24, Sudan decided to a full closure of all its borders to anyone that is not a Sudanese resident. Only Sudanese citizens can now enter the country. It is not known at this time of writing if quarantine is necessary for these people.

Aid-workers coming from other countries are still allowed into Sudan.

The Sudanese government said the new regulations will be upheld until March 31.

Disclaimer: We are publishing information verified by multiple local news organizations and press releases and/or conferences by governments. We will always verify and try to double-check all restrictions. Information and rules are changing rapidly and could be already outdated by the time you read this. Check always with your own government before intending to go abroad. All information published on this page is how it would affect travelers and tourism in Sudan. Please support us by contacting us when things have changed.

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Flag of Sudan Sudan

Capital Khartoum
Time In Capital
Population 41,6 million (2019)

Current Restriction Level: Extreme


Last validated on March 26, 2020:

Sudan has announced on March 24 to close all its borders to non-citizens.

10

Confirmed Cases

2

Reported Deaths
Latest update April 05, 2020 [Source]

Latest News Updates

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March 26, 2020

We increased the level of restrictions of Sudan from Unknown to Moderate [..]

March 24, 2020

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