Malawi to lift Covid-19 international air travel restrictions from September
The country's schools and airports have been closed since March
Blantyre — Malawi will allow airlines and schools to resume operations from September 1, as it seeks to limit the economic and social damage from its coronavirus lockdown, authorities said on Thursday.
Schools and airports have been closed since March, when the government imposed a lockdown to try to contain the epidemic...
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