|Immigration||Most visitors can travel to Cape Verde without a visa. Cape Verde has closed the borders during the Covid-19 pandemic. Exceptions for citizens or permanent residents may apply.|
General entry requirements to Cape Verde are available on Wikipedia.
You can verify your right to enter Cape Verde on the IATA Travel Centre.
|Government Guidance||Governments typically warn against non-essential travel to Cape Verde. You can find detailed travel advice here:|
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|Covid-19 Trend||Infection rates are rising and daily infection rates per million (360) continue to be very high.|
Average daily infection rates for the last week were 200, compared to the monthly average of 155 this is a change of +28.6%.
Average daily death rates for the last week were 1.4, compared to the monthly average of 1.3 this is a change of +7.7%.
You can find detailed statistics at the John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center.
|Currency||Cape Verdean escudo (CVE)|
|Electricity||230 V/50 Hz (C / F Plug)|