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(Updated Monday, 18th October 2021; 09:30am)

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GHANA (Accra)

1. Passengers must be in possession of a negative PCR test taken within the 72 hours prior to scheduled departure of the first flight
2. Arriving passengers must complete a Health Declaration Form online at https://www.ghs-hdf.org/hdf/
3. Passengers MUST pay in advance for a COVID-19 rapid test to be conducted on arrival in Accra. Payment can be made using cards via https://myfrontierhealthcare.com/Home/Ghana and the cost is US$150/GHS 856 / GBP 120 / EUR 140.
4. Upon receipt of a negative result (test results take approx. 30-45 minutes to be received), passengers may proceed through immigration.

More details at: http://www.gcaa.com.gh/web/protocols.html
List of accredited laboratories in Ghana at: https://www.ghanahealthservice.org/covid19/accredited_labs.php

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Update Covid-19 guidelines for Kotoka International Airport (KIA) effective 8th February 2021 at 1800hours
Revision 6: Effective date: 25th August 2021 at 1800 Hours (UTC)

1. Introduction
Ghana in partnership with the African Union and Africa CDC is being supported by the PanaBIOS Consortium, an alliance of pan African private and public institutions, in the rollout of the Trusted Travel initiative to support the harmonization and enhancement of the current health screening systems. The Trusted Travel is Ghana’s new mandatory digital verification policy for laboratory PCR test results and certificates which offers online digital platform for the verification and authentication of COVID-19 test results. This platform allows for the detection of counterfeit travel documents and enhances cross-border collaboration and confidence in COVID-19 results originating for other countries.
To facilitate the use of the platform, the following are the guidelines-

2. Pre- Arrival Processes – Travelers intending to enter Ghana
All international passengers including those from the ECOWAS region, intending to fly to Ghana, will be required to meet the following health requirements prior to admission into Ghana:
a. For passengers who already have a PanaBios account, enter your country of origin and set the destination to Ghana on https://trustedtravel.panabios.org or on the UNDP-endorsed Global Haven site: www.globalhaven.org
b. Passengers who do not have an account should create an account on the AU-endorsed site: https://trustedtravel.panabios.org.
c. Passengers are advised to visit only a TT laboratory. If there are none close to you, take your test at another accredited lab on the PanaBIOS or Global Haven labs registry.
d. If you take your test at a TT lab, give lab the same email address used to open your account, the result will be automatically delivered to your account bearing a TT code.
e. Ensure that the test is conducted within 72 hours of your arrival in Ghana.
f. If you do not visit a TT lab, upload your test result or certificate by choosing the “test taken at a non-TT lab option”.
g. The result/certificate will be immediately analyzed. If the test results issued satisfy the full requirements set by Ghana, e,g validity period or test type), a Travel Code (TC) will be issued to the traveler online and the result displayed in a few minutes as evidence that the test performed is still valid at the time of travel.
Whilst the TT code confirms that a test was performed by an accredited laboratory, the TC provides additional evidence that the test performed is still valid at the time of travel.

3. Arriving Passengers – Travelers Entering Ghana
a. Passengers must not have symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 including body temperature >38°C.
b. Passengers must possess a COVID-19 negative PCR test from an accredited laboratory in the country of origin. The test should have been done not more than 72 hours before the scheduled departure time from the country of origin.
c. Airlines who board passengers without PCR test result or transport and disembark passengers with Positive PCR test result into Accra will be fined US$3,500 per passenger.
i. Non-Ghanaians may be refused entry and returned to the point of embarkation at a cost to the Airline.
ii. Ghanaians will be allowed entry but subject to 14 days of mandatory quarantine at a designated facility.
d. Arriving passengers will undergo temperature screening.
e. Ghanaian residents who depart Ghana and return within one (1) week will not be required to present a COVID-19 result from the country of departure. They will, however, undergo mandatory COVID-19 testing upon arrival in Ghana.
f. Passengers will be subjected to a mandatory COVID-19 test at the airport terminal at a cost to be borne by the passenger as indicated below:
i. Ghanaians and ECOWAS Citizens – $50
ii. All Other Passengers – $150
Payment MUST be made online at https://myfrontierhealthcare.com/Home/Ghana and proof of payment (receipt) shown to Airline before boarding.
g. Airlines who board passengers without proof of payment for the COVID-19 test and would/could NOT pay for the test in Ghana, will be fined US$3,500 per passenger.
i. Non-Ghanaian passengers may be refused entry and returned to the point of embarkation at a cost to the Airline.
ii. Ghanaian passengers will have their passports seized; the passenger handed over to State Security Agencies and taken into a fourteen (14) day quarantine at a designated location at the passenger’s cost.
h. All arriving passengers who test positive for COVID-19 will undergo mandatory isolation and treatment at a designated health facility or isolation centre, at a cost to passengers, EXCEPT Ghanaian citizens. The isolation will be for a period of seven (7) days. However, the final discharge of cases will be based on existing case management guidelines and protocols.
i. All passengers who test negative for COVID-19 will be required to continuously adhere to COVID-19 safety protocols and will receive regular information on COVID-19 within five (5) days of arrival in Ghana.
j. Passengers who test negative will be advised to continue to observe COVID-19 safety precautions following arrival in Ghana.
k. For passengers who transit through other countries before arriving in Ghana, the first country of departure will be the reference point. (Connecting flights
should not deny passenger boarding, if the journey has not been terminated in any of the transit countries.)

4. Transit Passengers
a. Passengers transiting and transferring through Accra will not be required to take the COVID-19 test in Accra.
b. Transit passengers will be required to adhere to COVID-19 testing requirements for the destination countries.

5. Exemptions
a. Airline crew are exempted from the pre-departure and arrival COVID-19 testing and should follow the Airline policy for testing.
b. Children under 5 years of age will not be required to undergo testing on Arrival at the Kotoka International Airport.
c. Passengers who arrive under emergency circumstances such as diverted flights will not be required to undergo testing if they do not leave the airport or remain in isolation in their hotel.
d. Children between the ages of 5-12 years will be required to pay for testing at the new rates (refer to no.1f).
Passengers must wear face mask appropriately (extending from the middle nasal bridge to halfway between the chin and the neck) and are advised to regularly use any of the hand sanitizing stations provided in the terminal.
6. Travelling with Pets
a. Travelling with pets into Ghana is allowed in line with guidelines of the Veterinary Services Directorate of the Ministry of Food & Agriculture
7. Airlines with Landing Rights in Ghana
a. No airline should bring passengers into Ghana without first pre-validating their TT code (received from a TT lab) or TC issued online after a genuine PCR test result has been uploaded and analyzed using the PanaBIOS or Global Haven software.
b. Airlines must issue TCs on behalf of illiterate travelers who arrive at check-in with only their genuine PCR test results.
c. Failure to comply with these rules will lead to enforcement action against such airlines.
These measures are designed both for the national security of Ghana and the convenience of travelers. All parties are urged to strictly comply for the public good. Additional information and guides can be accessed on the Ghana Health Service and Africa CDC website (www.africacdc.org/trusted-travel). Customer service and technical support can be reached via globalhaven@panabios.org.

8. Pre-Departure Process- Passengers intending to exit Ghana
All international departing passengers will be required to meet the following guidelines prior to departure:
a. Create an account on the AU-endorsed site: https://trustedtravel.panabios.org. On the check-in page, check for accredited laboratories by entering Ghana as your origin country.
b. Passengers are advised to visit only laboratories that have the Trusted Travel (TT) logo next to their name on the platform to take their PCR test.
c. At the laboratory, give the same email address and mobile number you entered when creating your PanaBIOS account.
d. Once your result is ready, it will automatically appear in the account with the TT number issued by the lab. Look out for an email from admin@panabios.org or an SMS message.
e. The Trusted Travel test (TT) code shall be verified by airlines and Port Health Authorities to confirm that the test came from an accredited laboratory.

9. Departure Process- Passengers exiting Ghana
a. Passengers will be required to adhere to COVID-19 testing requirements for the destination countries
b. Departing passengers will undergo temperature screening at the entrance of Terminal 3 departures
c. Only passengers and persons with business in the terminal will be allowed entry
d. Online check-in or the use of self-service kiosks is strongly encouraged to reduce physical contact at the airport
e. Passengers are advised to arrive at the airport at least 4 hours before the scheduled departure time.
Passengers must wear face mask appropriately (extending from the middle nasal bridge to halfway between the chin and the neck) and are advised to regularly use any of the hand sanitizing stations provided in the terminal.

NIGERIA (Lagos and Abuja) (Updated 18th October 2021; 09:23am)

Revised International Travel Protocol into Nigeria

The Chairman of Presidential Steering Committee/ Secretary to the Government of the Federation, has released the revised travel protocol into Nigeria effective Monday, 25th October, 2021 as follows:

  1. Travelers arriving in Nigeria must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result conducted not more than 72hours before boarding,
  2.  Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated in-bound passengers will be required to observe a mandatory 7-day self-isolation in addition to a COVID-19 PCR test on days 2 and 7 after arrival,
  3.  Fully vaccinated in-bound passengers will not be required to observe the mandatory 7-days self­-isolation but will be required to do a COVID-19 PCR test on day 2 of arrival;
  4. Persons arriving on “Business” trip or on official duty staying less than 7 days in Nigeria must;

a. Be fully vaccinated
b. produce negative COVID-19 PCR result 72hours before boarding; and

c. conduct a PCR test on day 2 of their arrival.

With the removal of Brazil, Turkey, and South Africa from the red listed countries Airlines can now board all intending passengers to Nigeria from these countries. The above supersedes all previous All Operators Letters (AOLs) and Advisory circulars (ACS) in these regards. Airlines are to ensure strict compliance to the above protocol as non-compliance shall attract applicable sanctions.

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COVID-19 Response: Provisional Quarantine Protocol  for Travelers arriving in Nigeria
This protocol is a revision of the travel protocol released on 27th April 2021

A. Pre-departure from Country of Exit
I. Pre-Boarding:
Step 1 – Passengers MUST perform a COVID-19 PCR test not more than 3 days (72 hours) before boarding. PCR test done more than 72 hours before departure is not valid and person will not be allowed to board. Rapid antigen or antibody test are not acceptable; only PCR test can be used for this purpose.
Test validity commences from the time of sample collection. For passengers with multiple connections before arrival in Nigeria, the PCR test must be valid within 72 hours of boarding from the first point of departure. Passengers must bring along an electronic or hard copy of their COVID-19 PCR test for presentation at the departure airport and upon arrival in Nigeria.

Step 2 – All intending passengers (including diplomats and children less than 10 years old) MUST register via an online national travel portal (Nigeria International Travel Portal – https://nitp.ncdc.gov.ng) and proceed to fill in the online Health Declaration/Self-Reporting form located on the portal. They should ensure that the information/contact details provided on the form are correct and verifiable. Passengers MUST provide valid phone numbers, residential addresses and functional e-mails where they can be contacted. Passengers must also inform Port Health officials on arrival of any change in their health status since completion of the Health Declaration/Self-Reporting Form. Passengers who falsify their status as diplomats will face prosecution.

Step 3 – After filling the online Health Declaration/ Self-Reporting Form, passengers will be directed to upload their negative COVID-19 PCR test on to the portal. Only children less than 10 years old are exempted from uploading a negative COVID-19 PCR test result. Once this is successfully done, passengers will proceed to the payment section of the travel portal. Passengers are advised to still bring along an electronic or hard copy of their COVID-19 PCR test for presentation at the airport.

Step 4 – On reaching the payment section of the portal, passengers will be requested to select their preferred Laboratory/Sample Collection Centre based on where they will be self-isolating for the period of 7 days in Nigeria. A list of accredited private laboratory providers/Sample Collection Centers across the country are available on the payment platform. Or you can access this link to view: https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/privatelabs The next stage is to choose a bank payment gateway and then proceed to pay for the day-7 in-country COVID-19 PCR test. Please note that passengers paying in Naira should use cards issued by a Nigerian bank. Diplomats and children less than 10 years old are exempted from payment for the repeat COVID-19 test.

Step 5 – Following successful payment, passengers should download the Permit to Travel Certificate/QR Code using the “Get Permit to Travel” button visible at the top right corner of the portal, save and print the form for presentation at the point of boarding. The Permit to Travel Certificate/ QR code will have a “PAID” label if payment is successful and “UNPAID” label if payment has not gone through yet or is unsuccessful. A copy of the Permit to Travel Certificate/ QR Code will also be sent to the email address provided by the passenger.

II. Boarding
1. Prior to boarding for Nigeria, passengers MUST present TWO documents at their point of departure to be allowed to board;
a. A negative COVID-19 PCR test administered within 3 days (72 hours) of departure. Airlines have been directed not to board passengers with non-PCR COVID-19 tests (such as antigen/or antibody tests), a positive COVID-19 PCR test result or tests performed beyond 72 hours of boarding.
b. Permit to Travel Certificate/QR Code – generated from the Nigeria International Travel Portal on completion of a health questionnaire, uploading of a negative COVID-19 PCR result and schedule of PCR test at Day-7 of arrival in Nigeria. Passengers failing to show a Permit to Travel Certificate/QR Code will not be allowed to board.
2. Airlines that board passengers without any of the TWO documents (a negative COVID-19 PCR test done not more than 72 hours prior to boarding and a Permit to Travel Certificate/QR code), shall be sanctioned as follows:
a. Passengers, who are Non-Nigerians, will be refused entry and returned to the point of embarkation at cost to the airline;
b. Passengers who are Nigerians or holders of permanent resident permit will be allowed entry, but subjected to the procedure outlined in Section D. In addition, passengers arriving with forged (fake) COVID-19 PCR results shall be referred for prosecution;
c. Airlines shall be fined USD 3,500 per passenger for failure to comply with any of the pre-boarding requirements;
d. Airlines who consistently fail to comply with the above requirements may be banned from coming to Nigeria.
3. At the time of boarding, travelers will be required to undergo temperature screening and asked about COVID-19 symptoms. Passengers with temperature >38C and other COVID-19 related signs and symptoms shall not be allowed to board the flight.

B. On arrival in Nigeria
All passengers are required to strictly adhere to instructions given by Port Health Services at the arrival terminal. Passengers who fail to adhere to instructions will be sanctioned by relevant security personnel.

All passengers arriving in Nigeria will be required to:
1. Go through the routine Port Health screening and present electronic or print-out evidence of pre-boarding COVID-19 PCR test and the Permit to Travel Certificate/QR Code;
2. Present their international passports for clearance through the Nigerian Immigration Service System’s Migrants Identification Data Analysis System (MIDAS).
3. Proceed on mandatory 7 days self-isolation/quarantine in their selected in-country destination. Passengers are advised to avoid physical interaction with friends, family, colleagues, and other members of the public. Passengers should check their emails/text messages regularly for updates regarding the arrangement for their repeat COVID-19 PCR test from the laboratory of their choice.
During this period the passenger may be contacted by the COVID-19 Response team to ascertain state of isolation, day-7 testing appointment and health status.
4. Show-up at the laboratory/sample collection centers on the 7th day of arrival and pay the applicable fees for the COVID-19 PCR test. Samples will be taken, and a COVID-19 PCR test done. The selected private laboratory will send a reminder text message, email, or phone call to the passenger a day before the appointment. Note that:
a. Passengers who fail to show up at the sample collection centers on Day-7 of arrival will be sent text reminders and their details forwarded to the State Public Health Department teams and NCDC for active follow-up;
b. Passengers who fail to show up for this test will face travel restrictions on their passports for at least 6 months and will not be able to travel abroad for this period. Non-Nigerian passport holders will have their visas revoked;
c. Test results will be provided within 24 hours and the State Public Health Department teams & Nigeria Center for Disease Control will be informed accordingly; if test result is not received after 24hrs the passenger may contact the private Laboratory for his test result.
d. Persons who test POSITIVE for COVID-19 will be managed based on National Guidelines for COVID-19 treatment;
e. Persons who test NEGATIVE for COVID-19 after 7 days shall end self-isolation on receipt of their result but must continue to self-monitor for symptoms until Day-14;
f. Travelers reporting or developing symptoms of COVID-19 on arrival in Nigeria, or during screening will not be allowed to self-quarantine and will be placed in institutional quarantine;

C. Exit from Self-isolation
1. Persons who test positive for COVID-19 after the post-arrival Day-7 test shall be managed based on national guidelines for COVID-19 treatment.
2. Persons who test negative for COVID-19 after 7 days of self-isolation/quarantine will be allowed to exit self-isolation on receipt of their result.

D. Procedure for passengers arriving without a valid PCR result
A passenger arriving in Nigeria without a valid PCR result (either no PCR result or a forged COVID-19 PCR result or a non-PCR COVID-19 test e.g., an antigen or antibody test) will be subjected to the following measures:
1. If holding foreign passport and non-resident in Nigeria, the passenger will be denied entry into the country and arrangements made for immediate deportation at cost to the carrier airline.
2. For Nigerians and foreign passport holders with residency rights, they will be provided with an Information Leaflet outlining the procedure that will be followed;
3. Port Health Services will screen the passenger to include a temperature check and review of health questionnaire to establish infectivity risk;
4. The passenger will be registered on the Nigeria International Travel Portal;
5. Passenger will be escorted to a designated quarantine facility (government approved hotel) for a period of 7 days at the expense of the passenger. Passenger’s passport will not be released until completion of mandatory quarantine period;
6. COVID-19 PCR test will be conducted by a designated private laboratory within 24hrs of arrival at the quarantine facility at the expense of the passenger. If the test result is Positive, the passenger is transferred to isolation facility and managed accordingly, if test result is Negative the passenger will CONTINUE with mandatory isolation at the quarantine facility until Day-7 COVID-19 PCR test is done;
7. All passengers presenting a forged COVID-19 PCR results shall be referred to Police Authorities or appropriate bodies for prosecution on expiration of mandatory quarantine period;
8. Travel documents can only be returned to passengers following clearance by Port Health Services. Passenger Information Leaflet will provide contact details of Port Health Services Focal Person for the return of travel documents.

D. Guidelines specific to India, Brazil and South Africa
a. Non-Nigerian passport holders and non-residents who visited Brazil, India, Turkey or South Africa within Fourteen (14) days preceding travel to Nigeria, shall be denied entry into Nigeria. This regulation, however, does not apply to passengers who transited through these countries;
b. The following measures shall apply to airlines and passengers who fail to comply with (a) above:
i. Airlines shall mandatorily pay a penalty of $3,500 (Three Thousand Five Hundred dollars) for each defaulting passenger; and
ii. Non-Nigerians will be denied entry and returned to the country of embarkation at cost to the Airline;
c. Nigerians and those with permanent resident permit who visited Brazil, India, Turkey and South Africa within Fourteen (14) days preceding travel to Nigeria shall be made to undergo seven (7) days of mandatory quarantine in a Government approved facility at the point-of-entry city and at cost to the passenger. The following conditions shall apply to such passengers:
i. Within 24 hours of arrival shall take a COVID-19 PCR test;
ii. If Positive, the passenger shall be admitted within a government-approved treatment center, in line with National treatment protocols; and
iii. If Negative, the Passenger shall continue to remain in quarantine and made to undergo a repeat PCR test on Day-7 of their quarantine.
False declaration: Passenger(s) who provided false or misleading contact information will be liable to prosecution; and
Person(s) who willfully disregard or refuse to comply with directions of Port-Health staff, security agencies or evade quarantine shall be prosecuted in accordance with the law.

This protocol comes into effect from 2nd July, 2021.

SIERRA LEONE (Freetown) (updated 4th March, 2021 2:24pm) 

COVID-19 Pandemic Public Health requirements for Lungi Freetown International Airport (Effective 19th January, Valid until 31st March 2021)

Introduction
Lungi international airport opened to all commercial airlines passenger are required to adhere to the following requirements:

Arriving Passengers
1. All Passengers have to wear masks during any time at the airport and onboard
2. All Passengers shall produce a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) COVID-19 test result issued no later than seven (7) days to date of travel.
3. At the check-in desk at the airport of embarkation, passengers are required to display travelers’ authorization to Sierra Leone, received through the government of Sierra Leone travel portal (www.travel.gov.sl). The travel Authorization.

Consists of:
– Negative PCR COVID-19 test result issued no longer seven (7) days before departure
– Pre-departure public health Passenger locator form
– Proof of payment for COVID-19 testing on arrival, paid through the online platform

4. All Passengers shall be subjected to a mandatory COVID-19 test upon arrival:- passengers will simultaneously have a PCR test swab and an RDT test on arrival -If the RDT screening is negative, Passengers are allowed to depart from the airport and observe public protocols (mandatory proper mask wearing, Hand washing, and physical distancing) while awaiting their PCR test result.
– If the RDT screening if positive, passengers will be isolated at a hotel in Lungi while awaiting their PCR test result. Note, the cost of the accommodation at the hotel shall be borne by the passenger.
– For all test result, the PCR result supersedes the RDT result
– PCR result will be disseminated via the local contact number confirmed by the passenger on arrival
– All children under five (05) years shall be exempted from pre-departure and arrival PCR test requirements
5. Passport of all inbound passengers shall be withheld at the Lungi international airport by the immigrations department until a negative COVID-19 PCR certificate is issued.
6. Airline crew are exempted from the pre-departure and arrival PCR test requirements and should follow airline policy for testing. Airline crew must adhere to public health protocols.

Departing Passengers
1. All passenger have to wear mask during anytime at the airport and onboard
2. All passengers are subjected to a mandatory polymerase chain reaction (PCR) COVID-19 test with a negative result issued no longer than 72 hours before departure at the Freetown international airport. Cost for this test will be borne by the passenger.
– Passenger will used the Government of Sierra Leone travel portal to request their pre-departure test, to pay for the test, and for the scheduling sample collection.
– Passenger with negative PCR result will receive e-Confirmation and certificates ahead of travel. Physical copies can be collected at the airport at a designated desk.
-Passenger with positive PCR result will not be permitted to travel and must follow public health protocols for isolation and contact tracing. They will be re-tested after seven days.
– Passengers whose stay in the country will not exceed five (5) days do not require to be tested before leaving the country. However, they are required to request for a certificate of the negative PCR test result that was administered to them when they arrived in Sierra Leone.
– All children under five (5) years shall be exempted from PCR test requirements.

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This is to inform that COVID-19 screening of inbound passengers has been revised. Effective January 1, 2021, passports of ALL inbound passengers SHALL
be withheld at the Lungi International Airport by the Immigrations Department until a negative COVID-19 PCR certificate is issued.
Sierra Leone has witnessed increased volumes of airline passengers particularly for the past three weeks, and disappointingly, some of them are deliberately providing false information on health locator forms, which makes it practically difficult or impossible for Surveillance teams to track positive cases. As we continue to address community transmission, the Response is deeply concerned about reports of a variant coronavirus in some parts of the world, with significantly higher levels of transmissibility (and probably a deadlier mutant).
This measure, it is hoped, will help keep cases within the raider of surveillance, thus preventing the unwarranted spread of the virus in communities.
Immigrations Department will continue to be in safe custody of the passports, and ensure collection by the rightful holders (or their authorized proxies) at  NaCOVERC, Kingtom, Freetown or the Immigration offices in Makeni, Bo and Kenema.

1. Passengers must be in possession of a negative PCR test taken within the 72 hours prior to scheduled departure of the first flight. The results must be no more than 7 days old upon arrival in Freetown.
2. Passengers must complete the health form at https://travel.gov.sl/ and obtain a confirmation email authorizing travel, or else they will not be permitted to board the flight
3. Passengers will be tested for COVID-19 upon arrival at Lungi Airport at a cost of US$80
4. Passengers departing FROM Freetown must also complete the health form from https://travel.gov.sl/ designed for departing passengers and obtain a negative PCR test result. Those whose stay in Freetown has been less than 5 days may use the test provided on arrival in lieu of a new test.

More details at: https://travel.gov.sl/

COTE D’IVOIRE (Abidjan)

1. Passengers must be in possession of a negative PCR test taken within the 72 hours prior to scheduled departure of the first flight.

All passengers coming to and from Abidjan MUST go online and fill in this form: https://declaration.transports.gouv.ci/#/home

Accra – Abidjan – Accra starts Thu 17SEP20

LIBERIA (Monrovia)

1. Passengers must be in possession of a negative PCR test taken within the 72 hours prior to scheduled departure of the first flight
2. Arriving passengers will be required to register for monitoring via USSD and Mobile App

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New Mandate

All Travelers to ECOWAS nations are to pay $50 instead of $75

(Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote D’ivoire, Ghana, Mali, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Guinea-Bissau, Cape verde, Gambia, Guinea, Niger, Senegal and Togo)

More details at: https://web.facebook.com/pg/LiberiaLAA/

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