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Guinea

Travel to Conakry (CKY)

EU citizens are not allowed entry into Conakry following the principles of reciprocity, with the following exceptions:

  • Holders of long-stay, family and professional visas
  • Spouses of Guinean nationals
  • Europeans residing in Guinea
  • Holders of diplomatic passports from embassies or international organisations on Guinean territory (including family members)
  • Technical assistants
  • Humanitarian personnel

All passengers travelling to Conakry must carry a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate issued less than five days before their departure date and complete the health declaration form provided on board. 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.

Children 12 years old and below are exempted from COVID-19 PCR testing for entry into Conakry.

All passengers must provide a telephone number for health services to monitor them for fourteen days from their day of arrival.

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.