If you’re travelling to Conakry, you will need to take a COVID-19 PCR test before departure and provide contact information on arrival.
COVID-19 PCR testing
All passengers travelling to Conakry must carry a negative COVID‑19 PCR test certificate issued less than five days before their departure date. A certificate from any government approved lab will be acceptable.
Any passenger who presents symptoms of COVID‑19 (e.g. fever, cough, difficulty breathing, sneezing, poor general condition, etc.) on arrival will undergo a standard diagnostic test (PCR) and be isolated while waiting for the test results. If found positive for COVID‑19, the traveller will be treated at a dedicated processing centre.
All passengers must complete the health declaration form provided on board
All passengers must provide a telephone number for health services to monitor them for fourteen days from their day of arrival.
Children 12 years old and below are exempted from COVID-19 PCR testing for entry into Conakry.
Guinean citizens repatriated as part of humanitarian flights who were unable to take a COVID-19 PCR test will undergo PCR screening on arrival and be isolated while waiting for the test results.
EU citizens are not allowed entry into Conakry following the principles of reciprocity, with the following exceptions:
If you're travelling to, from or transiting through Dubai, please check our Travel requirements for Dubai.