June 5, 2023

The Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja is officially opened for business on Saturday 27th of June 2020 amid the country’s Covid-19 crisis.

To help curb the spread of the Coronavirus in the country the airport is to comply to the strict safety measures.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), there were provisions made for hand wash and alcohol-based sanitizers, temperature checks, and strict compliance to the social distancing order of about one metre to avoid the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19).

There are instructions also to guide passengers, e.g.  “do not use this seat”, “keep your distance”, were placed on seats.

To witness firsthand reopening of the International Airport were Journalist assigned to cover the presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 who ran on a dry test from Lagos to Abuja.

The News Agency of Nigeria added that the seats which were usually crowded, have been rearranged in compliance with the social distancing rule.

Also showcased were two newly acquired machines for identifying passengers on board.

Priscilla Irems

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