The Rwandan Government has opened Kigali international airport for both local and international travellers, CGTN Africa reports.
According to the publication, this was revealed in a statement by Rwanda Airports Company that was published yesterday which stated that:
All travelers will be expected to carry a COVID-19 PCR test certificate, this is in line with the guidelines by the ministry of health in Rwanda to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus and protect the travelers.
Travelers will also undergo a mandatory test at the airport with results expected in less than eight hours.
All travelers have however been advised to wear face-masks and practice physical-distancing.
Temperature screening will be conducted at all airport entry and exit points.
Additionally, Rwanda is reported to have installed hand sanitizer throughout the airport to and enhanced cleaning the measures at the airport.
More: CGTN Africa.