Recommendations for travellers to the affected areas

Imagen con una persona siendo escaneada en un aeropuerto Foto: UN.org

Recommendations from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation for those people planning to travel to the areas affected by outbreaks of Ebola:

Liberia

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation recommends not travelling to this country under any circumstances: See the full report

Sierra Leone

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation recommends not travelling to this country under any circumstances: See the full report

Guinea-Conakry

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation recommends not travelling to this country unless it is absolutely necessary: See the full report

Nigeria

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation recommends not travelling to this country unless it is absolutely necessary. After 42 days without a single active case in the country, the World Health Organization declared Nigeria to be Ebola-free on 20 October. However, the Nigerian authorities are maintaining the same level of alert given the high risk of more cases appearing in the future: See the full report

Democratic Republic of the Congo

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation recommends not travelling to this country unless necessary: See the full report

Additional information can be found on the website of the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality here.