In addition to Zambian nationals and persons with permanent residence permits, business travelers, visitors and tourists are also allowed to enter Zambia. All travelers must provide a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours upon arrival.
In a move to prevent the introduction of SARS-CoV2-variants, the German Government on 30th January 2021 has imposed a general ban on travel and entry from countries with widespread occurrence of variants of concern. With effect of 7 February 2021, these include Zambia.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions are in place for entry into Germany from many countries. Persons entering Germany from risk areas or by air must complete a digital entry registration, undergo mandatory testing or provide proof of immunity, and comply with quarantine regulations.
You can find current information on visa applications and visa renewal below.
76 years ago the Red Army liberated the death camp of Auschwitz. At least here the unprecedented mass murder came to an end – although too late for millions of victims. Death in horrifying numbers continued for months, until the end of the war in Europe in May 1945.
Government-to-Government Negotiations between Germany and Zambia successfully concluded: A partnership for promoting good governance, transparency and better service delivery.
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The COVID‑19 pandemic is more than a global health crisis: its economic, social and humanitarian impact is dramatic too. German missions around the world are helping people in need in their areas.
When people think about humanitarian assistance, they tend to think of the distribution of tents and flour, but often other things are needed – children’s shoes or mattresses. Therefore, Germany is increasingly focusing on cash payments to strengthen local markets and give people greater freedom.
Namibia is suffering greatly from the COVID-19 pandemic. Germany is sending aid supplies worth approximately 11 million euro to the region. The second flight landed yesterday.
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