Two West African countries, Niger 🇳🇪 and Burkina Faso 🇧🇫 have announced dates for opening up their respective airports for international and regional flights.

Starting 1st August, the two countries will welcome passengers from all parts of the world into their territory if they possess a negative PCR test carried out 72 hours before departure.

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To this day, the Republic of Niger has recorded 1,124 cases with 1,022 and 69 unfortunate deaths while Burkina Faso has recorded 1,075 cases, 920 recoveries and 53 deaths at the time of this report.

Meanwhile, Togo, Ghana and Nigeria are still undecided about when flights will resume for international and regional flights.

Source: GhanaRocks.com

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