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Equatorial Guinea ends 13-month COVID-19 curfew

The curfew imposed in February 2021 from 7 pm to 6 am "is lifted throughout the national territory and international flights by airlines are increased to four flights per week and per company," according to a decree published Tuesday on the official government website.

Equatorial Guinea had suspended all international flights on 6 December 2021 in an attempt to prevent the entry of the Omicron variant and then allowed a maximum of two international flights per week per airline from 2 January 2022.

The use of masks remains mandatory in enclosed areas and the production of a negative PCR or antigenic test remains mandatory along with proof of a complete vaccination cycle for boarding an aircraft.

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