Mogadishu (SD) – The Federal Government of Somalia on Monday officially announced the reopening of Aden Ade Airport to all international flights.
Ahmed Moalim Hassan, the director of the Somali Civil Aviation Authority, told the local media that all international flights are permitted as of today and that they were ready to deal with the ongoing situation with COVID-19.
“We are instructing all passengers departing or arriving at Aden Adde International Airport to wear face masks. As well as gloves in accordance with our messages on the risk of Covid-19 disease. ” said Director Ahmed Moalim.
The Somali government has previously shut down international flights in April 2020 following the discovery of the first Covid-19 case in the country, particularly in Mogadishu.
Somalia confirmed more than 3,000 cases of COVID-19, 1,562 recovered and 93 deaths since the pandemic.
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