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Mauritius has received a first delivery of 100,000 doses of the Sinopharm vaccine from China today and confirmed an additional order for 500,000 doses. This will allow the vaccination campaign to progress as planned with a targeted 700,000 people due to be vaccinated for the country to reach herd immunity.
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With the promise of a vaccine in the near future, individuals across the globe have set their sights on their next vacation, with many nations anticipating a surge in tourism as travel becomes feasible once again. Some countries – South Africa, Mauritius and Egypt, to name a few – have been popular destinations for decades, but certain ot… read more
Mauritian authorities expressed confidence that the national vaccination campaign is on track and that the country will achieve herd immunity within the prescribed delay. This has been set as a precondition for the restart of tourism.
The vaccination campaign started on 26 January. Up to now 117,323 persons have… read more
The government of the Republic of Mauritius has implemented Covid-19 public health protocols and placed the country in temporary confinement until 25 March 2021 to keep the Indian Ocean country as safe and secure as possible. This follows the reporting of 15 cases of Covid-19 cases in the community.
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UPDATE: Just in: Mauritius announces full lockdown until 25th of March.
Mauritius has stopped inbound commercial flights, effective midnight Saturday until further notice, after six local Covid-19 cases were detected over two days, Health Minister Kailesh Jagutpal said. The objective of the move is to free up space for people… read more
A Chinese-flagged fishing vessel with 16 crew members carrying 130 tonnes of oil has run aground off Mauritius, causing a minor spill, a minister said on Monday.
“Nothing to be worried about,” Sudheer Maudhoo, whose Blue Economy Ministry looks after maritime affairs, told Reuters, saying 310 metres of floating booms were cont… read more
Mauritius has suspended all incoming flights for a period of one week.
Effective from midnight this past Saturday, no passengers are allowed entry or to transit through the Republic of Mauritius or its outer island of Rodrigues. The decision came after a meeting of the country’s National Covid-19 High Powered Committee and was … read more
Ethiopian Airlines and South Africa’s Airlink are well positioned to emerge as African industry winners from the Covid-19 pandemic, analysts say.
The outlook for South African Airways (SAA) and Air Mauritius, meanwhile, is bleak.
No African airline will emerge from the pandemic unscath… read more
The COVID-19 pandemic had a dramatic impact on global passenger traffic in 2020 as well as changing customer perceptions and expectations of the airport experience.
Based on new hygiene related questions added to the survey questionnaire, ACI has introduced a new award – « Best Hygiene Measures by Region » Sir Seewoosagur Ramgo… read more
Around 20 new vacation destinations from Frankfurt, 13 new destinations from Munich Main focus: the Caribbean, Canary Islands and Greece Strong booking demand expected
This summer, the airlines of the Lufthansa Group are offering the most extensive range of vacation destinations in years, thus further demonstrating the company’s kno… read more