Arriving air passengers will now show their negative COVID-19 certificates at the point of entry to gain access, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.
Order requiring negative COVID-19 test evidence or COVID-19 recovery documentation for air passengers arriving in the country, according to a statement signed by Ayo Durodola, Information Assistant, United States Consulate General, Public Affairs Section, the The order covers passengers flying to the US, including US and non-US citizens. The order will go into effect on January 26.
The second wave of the COVID-19 strain by ensuring adequate detection of people entering the country through various control borders. provided its staff with personal protective equipment, disinfectants, masks and shields and other materials to protect its workforce from any form of infection.
The Deputy Comptroller General (ACG ) in charge of the Lagos Zonal Office, Doris Braimah, dropped the hint about the first quarterly meeting of comptrollers in the area. She said that the NIS will continue to sensitize Nigerians about the need to comply with the protocols prescribed by COVID-19. According to her, since the start of the pandemic, the NIS has not relented in equipping its staff with the proper work tools, what he said has resulted in the lowest death rate for his staff