- Mauritius, which has been closed to international visitors throughout the pandemic, will reopen its borders on 15 July.
- Fully vaccinated tourists will be able to enjoy a resort holiday, with access the designated beaches.
- Tourists who stay for longer than two weeks will be able to explore the rest of the island nation.
- But South Africans, even if they have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, are excluded from this reopening and will still be banned from entering Mauritius.
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Mauritius will reopen to vaccinated tourists from mid-July, but South Africans, even if they have received their jabs, will still not be allowed to enter the island nation.
As the global vaccination rollout continues to gather momentum, South African holidaymakers have hoped to see the easing of travel restrictions and a reopening of borders. But a recent string of flight cancellations and extended travel bans – coinciding…