In view of the ongoing Corona pandemic, the Namibian government recently announced that it will facilitate entry into Namibia with the help of digital online platforms. Namibia only requires a negative PCR test no older than 7 days and a completed COVID-19 Primary Surveillance Form for entry.
From 15 November 2021, travellers will be able to generate a QR code of their negative PCR test certificate in accordance with the African Union's Trusted Travel (TT) Initiative. Travellers should visit a TT-listed laboratory for the PCR test. Alternatively, inbound travellers with results from non-TT listed laboratories can upload their test result to the Global Haven website for verification.
If you want to know how to use the Trusted Travel System, please have a look here.
As of 1 December 2021, only PCR test results verified by Trusted Travel or Global Haven will be accepted for entry into Namibia. It is recommended to carry a printed or electronic copy of the PCR test in addition to the mandatory digital Trusted Travel or Global Haven QR code.
Travellers who have problems uploading their test results and need technical assistance can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trusted Travel Platform can also be used for leaving Namibia in case a negative PCR test result must also be presented in the destination country. Please enlighten yourself with the latest entry requirements of your destination country before travelling.