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The Gambia Reopens its Borders Post-Covid-19 Lockdown

The Gambia reopened its borders on Friday after a six-month lockdown in light of the covid-19 pandemic.

Banjul airport will remain closed till October 31 however due to construction work.

A popular tourist destination, travel restrictions hit the economy hard on the West African nation — which has officially registered 3,644 coronavirus cases and 118 deaths.

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