BY: Ayomide Arowobusoye
In a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19, the Federal Government has revised the guidelines set for international travellers.
Travellers are now required to conduct a mandatory coronavirus test within four days before departure.
This was disclosed on the official twitter account of the Covid-19 Presidential Task Force (PTF)
Also, they are expected to repeat the PCR test seven days after arrival.
“Revised Protocol: All International travellers arriving Nigeria must conduct a mandatory COVID-19 PCR test within 4 days (96 hours) before departure,” the tweet read.
Prior to this change, travellers were mandated to conduct a PCR test within five days before their departure.