Transit travellers are allowed to connect to their destinations through South Africa by air but must comply with the applicable health protocols and produce a certificate of a negative COVID-19 PCR test not older than 72 hours.

If a passenger in transit displays COVID-19 symptoms upon arrival at a South African airport, they will not be allowed to board their flight and will undergo primary and secondary screening, including repeat COVID-19 testing. If a positive test result is obtained, they will not be permitted to board on onward flight and will be quarantined at their own cost.

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