TANZANIA OPENS SKIES:- Tanzania Ready To Receive International Flights
Tanzania Has seen unprecedented events on how it’s handling its COVID 19 Cases. Since April 29th, according to the USA Embassy in Tanzania COVID alert, Tanzania has not any COVID trends and updates. President John P. Maghufuli has been seen in the mainstream media saying the status of the COVID infections in Tanzania has dropped drastically, and that there’s no alarm in conducting daily business in Tanzania including Tourism.
The President of Tanzania, John P. Maghufuli, claims its not a threat to the citizens of Tanzania, which is a situation that has brought a lot of concerns to the neighboring countries such as Kenya and Zambia, promoting them to close their borders. The two countries (Zambia and Kenya) closed their borders to any entry or exits to and from them due to claims the cases of COVID are high once tested at their borders.
Tanzania opens its skies to receive tourists and business people who look forward to visit Tanzania. President John P. Maghufuli, stated that their measures towards CoVID will raise confidence in business people and tourists to visit the country. He stated that most flights are full of tourists who are looking into visiting Tanzania. Entering the Wildebeest Migration Season, Tanzania is looking forward to having a huge flow of tourists to witness the year escapades. He stated that most of their inbound flights are fully booked and ready to explore the beauty of Tanzania.
At the moment, very few countries are opening up their skies and borders to accept international visitors to come in for business and tourism. Among them are Tanzania and Namibia.
Most countries in Europe, the USA, and others, are looking forward to opening up their borders an ease their citizens’ movements within their countries borders.
Here is a statement issued by the United Republic of Tanzania into opening their skies for international flights.
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