Traveling to Nigeria – COVID-19 Updates
Nigeria, a country in West Africa, is one of the most densely populated nations in the world. It is a place positively overflowing with vibrancy in every location, most notably in the tourism sector.
With a number of amazing picturesque destinations including Lagos, the Obudu Mountain Resort in Cross River State, and many sandy beaches overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. With a variety of beautiful sights in nature and urban settings, as well as a thriving art sector, Nigeria is one of the beating hearts of the world in many ways.
Nigeria reopened its airports on July 8 2020 where all tourists are welcome, including Americans. The US State Department issued a Level 3: Reconsider Travel advice, despite the CDC advising it as a Level 1: Low Level of COVID-19.
There was a surge of COVID-19 cases between December 2020 and January 2021, and restrictions were raised as a result. The only major restriction is a current curfew in place between midnight and 4 a.m.
Upon the detection of a new variant in early March 2021, the US Embassy recommends being fully vaccinated before travel. For travelers departing Abuja International Airport, they need to provide a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours before boarding or show a negative viral COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of departure before boarding the flight.
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