File: The government says it recognises that there are many regular visitors from mainly European countries who enjoy SA's summer sun and add to economic activity. Pixabay/Jacqueline Macou
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa will now allow visitors from any European country, even those on the high-risk list.
There is a condition. If you have a property in South Africa, you'll have to stay for three months and subject yourself to COVID-19 protocols.
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The government says it recognises that there are many regular visitors from mainly European countries who enjoy SA's summer sun and add to economic activity.
In a statement issued by the GCIS, the government says the visitor-list was reviewed in a way that strikes a balance between saving lives and protecting livelihoods.
Nothing has changed for travellers from the African continent.
The latest high-risk list countries include Germany and Canada.
The US and the UK remain on the list..
The latest list of high-risk countries includes:
- United Kingdom