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Nigerians travelling To Britain To Be Isolated For Seven Days 

Nigerians travelling To Britain To Be Isolated For Seven Days

The Federal Government of Nigeria has asked Nigerian travelers to prepare for a seven-day isolation in the United Kingdom.

According to the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), Nigerians travelling to Britain will be isolated because the UK Government is yet to comprehensively review Nigeria’s Vaccination Certification Programme.

This was disclosed by the Executive Director of NPHCDA, Dr Faisal Shuaib on Tuesday during a briefing on the progress of COVID-19 vaccination in Nigeria.

The  Executive Director, Dr Shuaib said that the Uk Government has approved the vaccines administered in Nigeria and are also involved in the vaccination process through the Foreign, Commonwealth Development Office.

He added that the UK Government will approve Nigeria’s COVID-19 Vaccination Programme Certification when it is assessed. Information Guide Nigeria

Dr Shuaib noted, “The statement released by the UK Government is in line with the statement released last week that Nigerians will continue to isolate upon arrival to the UK. This is similar to our requirement to have travellers from the UK isolate for seven days upon arrival in Nigeria.

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“The Presidential Steering Committee is in the process of reviewing these requirements. We have been in touch with the UK Government. Just like they stated clearly in their communication, the current listing of countries with approved vaccination certification has just started in the UK.

“They are reviewing the country’s programmes in phases. If you go through the list of 50 closely, no African country made the list. Once it gets to our turn, we are more likely than not to get approved in the coming weeks. Like the UK Government has clearly stated, the process of assessment would occur in phases.” JAMB Result

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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