“It is safe to fly if we observe all those protocols in place,” Sirika said.
On March 23, Nigeria ceased international flights due to the virus outbreak, remaining only the essential travels.
The Lagos and Abuja international airports would receive four flights daily, keeping precautionary measures as physical distance, hand sanitizing, and the use of protective masks. The passengers would fill an online questionnaire before arriving in Nigeria and would be tested after arriving.
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