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KLM measures to minimise the risk of coronavirus infection. This is what they do to ensure you and their crew enjoy a safe and smooth journey.
Germany: Find the latest information on the identification of international risk areas updated regularly by the Robert Koch Institut. (German content)
South Africa: Domestic Travel – Forms Required
- Authorisation for business travel form by employer
- Other important forms can be accessed in Gazette 43364
Below is a list of the various types of travel which are permitted during Level 3:
- Business travel permit for travel by air or road between provinces for work or services permitted under Alert Level 3: Form 2 – must be signed by the head of business;
- Moving residence: Form 6 affidavit– must be sworn at a police station or Magistrate’s Court;
- Moving to care for an immediate family member: Form 6 – must be sworn at a police station or Magistrate’s Court; Student travel: Form 3A/3B as applicable – must be signed by the head of school/tertiary institution;
- Attendance at funerals and transportation of mortal remains: Form 4 and Form 5 as applicable – must be sworn at a police station or Magistrate’s Court;
- Movement of children: Form 3 – must be sworn at a Magistrate’s Court.
- The Department of Health has also issued a domestic screening form. This form has to be completed in order for travellers to gain access into the terminal building.
- Asata advises that travellers also have to complete a health declaration form, downloadable from https://coronavirus.asata.co.za/9391-2/, which allows authorities to track and trace suspected COVID cases. This form needs to be completed, signed, printed and a copy given to Port Health officials before entering airport terminal buildings. Return flight passengers must print two copies (one for the flight there and one for the flight back). Passengers will also be required to wear masks and present their IDs/passports and online boarding pass (on their smart phone or printed out at home).
World wide: There are many reliable resources for you to gather information for your upcoming trip, we recommend you read the health and safety information published by IATA.
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