Coronavirus: Adama Barrow opens borders and lifts restrictions

The Gambian Head of State Adama Barrow proceeded yesterday to open the air, land and sea borders of his country.

He also lifted the restrictions taken in the fight against Covid-19, such as the closure of casinos and nightclubs.

According to the statement from the Gambia’s Ministry of Information and Communication, these measures are effective immediately.

Banjul International Airport, currently under repair, will open on October 31, the statement said.

These restrictions were lifted on the advice of the country’s health authorities. As a reminder, these measures were taken on May 19 to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.


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