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Nigeria bans Lufthansa, KLM, Air France, others, as international flights resumes

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Nigerian Government has placed ban on Lufthansa, KLM , Air France, amongst other notable international airlines, as the country commences international flights from the 5th of September, after about six months closure.

BusinessDay Newspaper reports that the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, while providing details of the reopening of international flights in Abuja, on Thursday…

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Meanwhile, the Federal Government has adjusted the curfew from 12 midnight through 4am, as it continues the gradual easing of lockdown measures imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

National Coordinator of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Dr Sani Aliyu, disclosed this on Thursday during a briefing in Abuja.

In June, the PTF reduced the nationwide curfew from 10pm to 4am in a bid to limit social interactions and, reduce the risk of transmission of the virus.

Dr Aliyu, however, explained that people on essential service and travellers returning from abroad are exempted from the curfew.

“We are modifying the curfew to commence from 12 midnight to 4am nationwide, effective from 12:00 tonight.

“This does not apply to people on essential services and international travellers that might be returning from abroad.”

He also stated that all limitations to land travels have been lifted and markets across the country can now open and operate all day.

Similarly, the PTF national coordinated also stated that cinemas and amusement parks can also operate, with the exception of bars and night clubs, which he said, will remain closed.

Meanwhile, Dr Aliyu urged states considering reopening their schools to conduct risks assessment before doing so, to enable the safety of all vulnerable groups.

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