Ivory Coast has decided to reopen the air borders from July 1, 2020 as part plans to open up the country for economic activities amidst the Corona Virus pandemic.
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The decision was arrived at last Thursday, 25th June, 2020 during a National Security Council chaired by Head of State, HE Alassane Ouattara.
Ivory Coast had as of June 27, 8,944 confirmed cases, 3,722 cured and 66 deaths.
The West African state shut its borders since March as part of measures within the framework of the prevention of the new coronavirus, Covid-19.
The National Security Council also decided to maintain the state of emergency, to maintain the closure of land borders, to maintain the isolation of Greater Abidjan until July 15, as well as to maintain the closure bars and nightclubs during the same period.