Somalia resumes international flights that were suspended from April due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Horndiplomat reports
The Immigration Department of Somalia announced Saturday the resumption of international travel that was banned in mid-March this year as part of measures to fight the spread of Covid-19.
The department instructed travellers to acquire COVID19 clearance certificates within 72 hours before travel.
The move comes after the government re-opened domestic flights last month.
Schools and universities are also set to reopen on 15 August after 5 months’ closure to contain the spread of Coronavirus.
Somalia has so far confirmed 3,220 COVID-19 cases, 1,598 recoveries, and 93 deaths as of Saturday, 2 August 2020.
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