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Hajj pilgrims

29 Apr
Nigerian pilgrims participating in this year’s Hajj have been mandated to get Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) vaccine passports, as one of the conditions for entry into Saudi Arabia.
2 Apr
The Lagos State government has vaccinated about 1,700 intending pilgrims embarking on 2021 holy pilgrimage to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
6 Aug 2019
Local airline operators have faulted the Federal Government’s grant of additional frequency to Emirates Airlines to bring its daily flights out of Nigeria to four.

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