Cape Verde relaxes travel rules

By Neal Baldwin
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Cape Verde has ditched its requirement for visitors to complete a health surveillance form when travelling between islands.

A travel update from the Foreign Office confirmed the African nation has eased its rules, though the destination still has a relatively tight regime to manage Covid-19.

Those travelling between islands by air or ferry now need to provide either proof of full vaccination, proof of recovery from Covid in the last 180 days or a negative PCR test. The same details are needed to gain entry to the country.

 UK visitors should use a printed version of their UK Covid Pass as evidence as the digital version is not accepted. Children aged 11 and under do not need to show proof of their vaccination status or take a Covid-19 test.

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