United States to Burkina Faso

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Entry into Burkina Faso!Low Entry Requirements
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Quarantine
Not required
Vaccinations
Not required
COVID-19 Testing
Negative PCR test tested within 5 days prior to departure is required. Passengers not holding a negative PCR test certificate will be subject test upon arrival at their own cost.
Forms and Visas
Not required
Travel/Medical Insurance
Not required
Masks
Mask is required in all public indoor and outdoor areas
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Detailed Regulations
COVID-19 Testing
·Passengers not holding a negative test result obtained prior to arrival, having a temperature greater than 38°C (degree Celsius) or displaying symptoms of Covid-19 must relinquish their identity document (passport or national identity card) on arrival and will be subject to a PCR and a rapid diagnostic test at a cost of 25,000 FCFA. Passengers must quarantine in designated hotels for a maximum of 72 hours until a result is received. If a negative result is received and the payment of the test has been verified, the identity documents will be returned to the passenger. However, if a positive result is received, the passenger must quarantine in a government facility and receive medical treatment at no expense.
·Passengers aged 12 years and older are must hold a negative PCR test certificate obtained within 5 days prior to departure.
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