Incoming passengers will continue to observe the current COVID-19 protocols in place Incoming passengers will require a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result

A list of accredited laboratories will be shared to embassies for incoming passengers to use for PCR tests

From 29 August, PCR test validity period will be reduced to 7 days provided the passenger has a negative PCR result on arrival

A PCR test should be done as close as possible to the departure date, preferably 48-72 hours. However, a 7 day validity is still acceptable

A payment portal for passengers to make payment for PCR tests in Nigeria is being built

The health declaration form will now be digital for ease and must be filled out just before boarding

On arrival, passports will no longer be retained by immigration once a negative PCR is provided

Passengers are required to self-isolate for 7 days

On day 7, passengers are required to go and get a repeat PCR test

On day 8, if the PCR test is negative, passengers will be allowed to exit isolation.