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COVID-19: Nigerian govt bans durbar activities, increases airport surveillance




The federal authorities has banned durbar actions throughout the 2021 Eid-el-Kabir celebrations because the COVID-19 third wave hits extra states.


Airport surveillance has additionally been heightened to forestall the unfold of the Delta variant of coronavirus.

A press release on Sunday by the chairman of the Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, made the announcement.

Durbar actions happen in Northern cities and communities with vibrant parades of the emirs and their entourage on horses.

The federal government defined that the suspension turned essential as a result of the big numbers of individuals/attendees can be troublesome to regulate.

The PSC stated the nation’s border posts, particularly airports, will witness elevated observance of current quarantine protocols and restrictions.

The committee promised to minimise the chance of importation of variants into Nigeria.

Moreover, particular consideration will probably be given to vacationers from Brazil, India, South Africa and Turkey.

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