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Education / Here’s Why You Should Care About STEM Education In 2022 by dav704(m): 1:04pm On Jul 21, 2022
Have you noticed the sudden craze about tech jobs in the world today? From UI/UX designers to Fintech, Frontend Developer, Mobile Application developers and more, tech skills are more relevant today than ever. This shows the increase in the availability of [url]STEM jobs[/url]. There is a sudden increase in the number of tech bros worldwide, and more people are entering the industry. You will agree with us that the tech industry is one of the most lucrative industries today. Because the world has become a global village, technology will keep getting relevant a few years from now. At this rate, the earlier you take advantage of the opportunity out there, the better for you. It’s a no-brainer that the ones that are STEM literate will have the advantage of landing these lucrative jobs. Hence, the need to secure your children’s future by offering them access to STEM education, especially at the early stage of their lives.

What is STEM Education?
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Jobs/Vacancies / Urgent Recruitment!!! Marketing Executives Needed by dav704(m): 9:19am On Apr 25, 2022
(1) Sales Associate

2.) Marketing executives

Requirements:
• OND/HND/BSC
• Excellent communication skills, attentive to details, smart, and a fast learner.
• Experience in marketing or any related field will be an added advantage.
• Must Possess a strong sense of urgency and drive

Interested and qualified candidate should send their updated CV to;
atalormary@gmail.com using the position as the job title.

Only Lagos (mainland)Idimu, iyana ipaja, Egbeda, ikotun residents should apply!!!!!!
Health / Vaginal Delivery: What First-time Moms Should Expect by dav704(m): 9:30am On Apr 13, 2022
Are you a first-time mom that would like to know what to expect during and after vaginal delivery? Well, you’re at the right place.

Vaginal Delivery: What First-Time Moms Should Expect
Vaginal delivery is the oldest and most widely known delivery method. Women tend to gravitate towards vaginal delivery except, the healthcare provider advises otherwise.

Every delivery is unique to every mother and child. Therefore, you can’t use someone else’s experience as a yardstick for yours.

In one of the articles on our blog, we listed the different types of childbirth and delivery methods.

If you have chosen to have a vaginal delivery or you’re considering it, here’s what you should expect during and after delivery.

You need to prepare ahead for the delivery process.

https://brfafrica.org/vaginal-delivery-what-first-time-moms-should-expect/
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Health / Maternal And Child Health Service by dav704(m): 9:08am On Apr 13, 2022
Every child is entitled to maternal and child health services, and their mothers should have access to high-quality prenatal and postnatal care. The birth of a new child should be a joyous occasion, yet it is a source of anxiety for many mothers throughout the world. Every day, we get reports of over 1000 women dying from problems during pregnancy and childbirth, according to the World Health Organization. Given the proper funding and care, the majority of these deaths may be avoided.

The majority of these deaths occur in the Global South, with rural areas accounting for a disproportionately high number.

Women, babies, and children are particularly prone to health concerns in these isolated settings. Women and children sometimes have to walk for days to get to health centers because they do not have access to alternate modes of transportation. Even once they arrive at the facilities, they may discover that they are understaffed or underequipped.

Indigenous women and girls are more likely to have poorer maternal health outcomes and are routinely discriminated against and abused by healthcare workers. For example, most women in some African countries like Kenya and Namibia are capable of giving birth without any medical assistance.
https://brfafrica.org/maternal-and-child-health-service/
https://brfafrica.org/maternal-and-child-health-service/

Health / What Causes Death During Childbirth by dav704(m): 8:59am On Apr 13, 2022
In this article, you will learn what causes death during childbirth. It’s exciting to think of holding your kid for the first time and all the wonderful moments you’ll share when you’re expecting your first child. However, when you don’t know what to expect, it can be frightening. Many aspiring mothers are concerned about childbirth, anesthesia, and other problems. It’s even natural to be concerned about the possibility of death.

However, if you live in the United States, you can exhale a sigh of relief. Even if your pregnancy is high-risk, death during childbirth or due to pregnancy is extremely rare in developed countries. Here’s all you need to know about maternal mortality rates, causes, and prevention.

What Does Maternal Mortality Mean?
Maternal mortality, often known as maternal death, occurs when a woman dies as a result of something related to pregnancy. This occurs when a pregnant woman is experiencing labor, during delivery, or when she terminates a pregnancy. If a woman dies in the course of an accident or a health problem unrelated to her pregnancy, then it is not a pregnancy-related death.

The chances of dying during pregnancy, labor, or the days and weeks following delivery are extremely low in countries with a strong economy, advanced technology, and access to healthcare services. Most women enjoy healthy pregnancies and deliveries in some countries, such as the United States, England, and California. Even in wealthy countries, there is still a slight chance of maternal death.

Contributing Factors To Death During Childbirth
According to observations, your surroundings or the environment in which you live has a significant impact on your pregnancy health and well-being. Other factors that affect pregnancy risks include:

https://brfafrica.org/what-causes-death-during-childbirth/

Health / You Can Reduce Labour Pains In 5 Natural Ways by dav704(m): 11:59pm On Jan 23, 2022
The pains that come with labour during childbirth cause fear and anxiety in some women due to their personal experiences or one they witnessed.

As much as pain is part of labour, you don’t have to suffer with whatever birthing method you choose. Everyone has a different threshold of pain, but there are ways to manage them.

If you’re planning to have a natural birth without any drugs, there are multiple ways you can manage labour pain.

5 Natural Pain Relief Techniques For Labour

You Can Reduce Labour Pains In 5 Natural Ways
There are several natural pain relief options you can use to ease labour pain. Injections aren’t the only option to relieve pain during labour. You can employ natural techniques if you don’t want to take any drug or have a natural childbirth.

These techniques will help you manage the pain caused by labour.

Here are five natural pain relief techniques for labour.

1. Relaxation and Breathing During Labour

Relaxation during labour is crucial to the delivery process. It helps you stay calm and get in tune with your body.

There are several ways to relax, and they all focus on your breathing.

Some like to relax with music or meditation, while others might opt for incense.

Breathing steadily and slowly helps you stay calm. So, you have to learn steady breathing before your delivery date. It helps you stay calm and focused.

2. Water immersion
Water immersion
A well-equipped healthcare centre allows bathing at the first stage of labour by providing bathtubs.

Research has proven that some pregnant women find warm water very soothing during labour.

The warmth of the water helps relaxes the muscles and aids buoyancy which help to reduce the pressure on the pelvis.

You might decide to have a water birth, but you have to check in with the hospital. Not all healthcare providers or midwives are well-trained for that birthing method.

3. Massage and heat
Massage and heat
Massage and hot packs ease labour pains in hospitals. The massages help distract you from pain. The heat packs help your body release painkiller hormones, endorphins.

The combination of massage and heat relieves labour pain in women.
https://brfafrica.org/you-can-reduce-labour-pains-in-5-natural-ways/

Politics / Anambra Gubernatorial Election As Bellwether For PDP And Referendum For APC. by dav704(m): 10:40am On Nov 06, 2021
https://thealvinreport.com/anambra-gubernatorial-election-as-bellwether-for-pdp-and-referendum-for-apc/

Along with the forthcoming Anambra State governorship election scheduled for 6th November, which is only a couple of days away, the PDP national convention held 30-31 October is a sort of bellwether for the main opposition party, PDP, and a referendum for the ruling APC. The assertion above is underscored by the fact that both events would serve as a sort of barometer on the organizational preparedness of the PDP to reclaim its old glory as of the ruling party and a peep into what the electorate is thinking of the current main opposition party with respect to whether it would be voted back to power at the center in 2023.
It would be recalled that following the return of multi-party democracy in Nigeria in 1999, the PDP emerged as the ruling party at the center and held sway back-to-back for 16 years until 2015, when it lost control to the APC which is a coalition of five opposition political parties that coalesced into one formidable political force that unseated the PDP, then ruling party.
Since 2015, the current main opposition party has been struggling without success to regain control of the political leadership at the center.
But given the litany of leadership failures by the current ruling party ranging from the unprecedented level of insecurity nationwide, to the extent that bandits are said to be closing in on Abuja the federal capital city,(after the recent invasion and kidnapping of a professor and his family in the University of Abuja) lack of inclusivity in governance, also known as the marginalization of other nationalities and nepotism by the incumbent president that has spurred the emergence of sundry separatist movements across Igbo and Yoruba nations that are contending that they prefer to be decoupled from Nigeria rather than be enslaved; an ugly development that has plunged the country into socioeconomic and political doldrums of Olympian proportions: the stage seems to have been set for the return of the PDP as the number one occupant of Aso Rock Villa, from 2023.
As an aside: how can bandits or religious insurgents that the authorities in Abuja have been boasting as having been degraded and only attacking soft targets in the hinterland be encircling Abuja, the federal capital territory as is currently being reported in the mass media and as reflected by the heightened security alert in the federal capital? Sometimes it is better for government spokesmen to keep their mouths bridled and spare the masses of the ire of these daredevil marauders who are without compunctions than to open their mouths and trigger an avalanche of avoidable catastrophe on harmless Nigerian masses. Apparently, the nefarious ambassadors (for lack of a better term) get riled up by the unhelpful utterances of government spokesmen that appear to provoke them to want to do more damage to the government by harming innocent citizens in the bid to prove the spokesmen of the authorities wrong. We have witnessed the outlaws do so by attacking military formations (as has been the case lately) and now they are laying siege on Abuja(as reported in the media) the seat of government power, perhaps to controvert the authorities and prove that the Insurgency is still very much alive, potent and dangerous.
On the issue of the confidence being projected by the PDP that it would win the presidency in 2023 which is being bolstered by their successful wrapping up of their convention at the end of October without rancor as most of the 21 offices were filled via consensus, (except the office of vice-chairman, South West which was settled through voting)coming out of the convention without any individual or a splinter group heading to the courts to seek redress or forming a parallel executive committee or even an alternative party, (which was the case when nPDP was set up by a breakaway faction) the main opposition party, PDP has proven that it possesses the cohesiveness amongst its leadership that is required to engage the ruling party, APC in the battle for the presidency in the next election circle.
With the convention failing to implode as had been predicted, and former chairman Uche Secondus, (suspended chairman of the party) failing to prevail in the courts in his bid to stop the convention: instead, the party seem to have waxed stronger as the conference was organized in a most tranquil atmosphere resulting in a win-win outcome.
And l could literarily hear the PDP exhaling and exclaiming ‘one down and two more to go’.
Having trained me to understand politicians by taking note of their foibles and antecedents then matching the findings with prevailing political dynamics, l understand that they don’t rest on their oars. Hence it should not be surprising that the PDP might have also set its eyes on clinching the next jewel-Anambra state gubernatorial election on November 6.
In light of the desperation of the two major political parties to add Anambra state to their sphere of influence, in addition to the very high caliber candidates contesting for the governorship of the state, it is apparent that the election which promises to be the bellwether for the PDP on 2023 general elections, and referendum for the APC would be the hardest nut to crack for both parties. More succinctly put, having the PDP candidate, Valentine Ozigbo or Andy Uba as the number one citizen presiding in governor’s Mansion, Awka, Anambra state would be foreshadowing the ambition of the main opposition party PDP to take over Aso rock villa in 2023 and the chances of the ruling party in retaining the presidency, post-Buhari regime.
Having lost Ebonyi and Cross Rivers as well as Zamfara states to the ruling party via cross carpeting of three former PDP governors to the APC, it would be imperative for the PDP to have a coveting ambition of one of its own in the top echelon of the political architecture in Anambra state. By the same token, a loss to the APC would be a wake-up call to change its strategy and tactics.
And there is every likelihood that after the anticipated victory in Awka, PDP would then set its eyes on the July 16, 2022, gubernatorial contest in Osun state in order to regain more states in its fold.
Osun state may be a much easier territory to capture for the PDP than Anambra due to the current feud between the former governor, Rauf Aregbesola, currently, minister of the interior, and his successor Gboyega Oyetola.
The assertion above is underscored by the value embedded in the conventional wisdom, ‘A House Divided Can Not Stand.’
Considering that the PDP only lost Osun to the ruling APC party due to the intimidation of voters by security agents allegedly at the behest of the authorities in Abuja, the weak link arising from the internal conflicts in the ruling party in the state might enable PDP to reclaim the mandate presumed to have been lost through a sleight of hand in favor of the incumbent by the ruling party at the center.
That unwholesome event nearly four years ago represents to political watchdogs, one of the earliest rape of democracy by the ruling party which has since added to her list of actions that amount to violations of the ethos of democracy such as the raiding of the homes of top-ranking members of the judiciary including Supreme Court justices culminating in the sacking of the former Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Walter Onoghen shortly before the 2019 presidential election on the bogus charges of corruption. One thing for sure is that it is the nature of authorities all over the world to go after their adversaries by stopping at nothing to accomplish their goal which may be by hook or crook. Likewise, there are a number of charges that can be leveled against an opponent of government to nail him or her, no matter his or her moral standing. One of such antics is to level the charge of corruption against a target and try to prove it. But the way and manner such political shenanigans are executed in Nigeria have been at best, crass. And it is reflective of the character and capacity of those whose duty it is to influence the president in his policy decision-making process.
They brazenly make it look like the case of ‘Give A Dog A Bad So That You Can Hang lt’
Could the incongruity be underpinned by the wise counsel by Andy Stanley? “leaders who don’t listen will eventually be surrounded by people who don’t speak“
Not adhering to the admonition espoused by Andy Stanley, an evangelical clergyman has often proven to be the Achilles heels or bane of multiple leaders, not only in Nigeria but around the world?
Now, allegations of corruption against public officials stick because it resonates amongst the masses and it often generates sympathy for government and hatred for the fellows being framed because it pertains to messing up with the commonwealth of the hoi poloi which often elicits extreme emotion in our country given the fact that there is belief in the polity that the elite is responsible for the emasculation of the populace via their consistent maladministration of our beloved country over the years. So tagging a public servant with the dishonorable badge of corruption is a classical tool. That is how the late music maestro Fela Ransom Kuti, who was a torn on the flesh of government at a point in time was charged with Money laundering simply because he and members of his band had foreign currencies on them in the course of embarking on a foreign trip to perform and earn hard currency abroad.It may also be recalled that in our country, Tam David-West, a professor of morbid anatomy and former cabinet minister for power and energy in 1991, after being put through severe scrutiny and no ‘ smoking gun’ of corruption could be linked to him, because the government was determined to ‘nail’ him, was eventually jailed merely for accepting a cup of tea and a gift of a wristwatch. Are those instances not hypocritical actions? His experience as a victim of the use of state power of coercion was documented in two books by the professor, David-West.
Unsurprisingly, with this past perversion of justice in mind, the allegation against the high ranking members of the body of benchers that were arrested in Gestapo style and arraigned are viewed by most Nigerians as a political witch-hunt by a wide spectrum of Nigerians beyond ethnic or religious divide which some people often input in every act of injustice.
In any case, authorities are yet to have any of the charges proven against any of the victims of the midnight assault by the executive arm of government.
No wonder most Nigerians deem such acts of executive high-handedness as acts of political subterfuge designed to intimidate the other arms of the three arms of government and also ploy to undermine the will of voters.
With respect to the pending gubernatorial elections in Osun State, it has been close to four years since the dance-loving PDP governorship flag bearer, Ademola Adeleke, to the consternation of most voters was declared the loser in the controversial Osun state contest. But all things being equal, the good people of Osun state may on July 16, 2022, (barely 6 months time) have the opportunity to right the wrong, particularly as the incumbent governor is also reeling from the damage inflicted on his integrity by the revelation in the Pandora papers that he is one of those that have hidden huge sums of money in secret financial instruments, offshore.
Since all things are hardly equal, especially in our clime, simply because things are always subject to manipulation to suit the interest of those who wield political power, PDP would have to wait to see how the elections pan out in Anambra and Osun to really foretell what its fortune may be in 2023 presidential elections.
In all of these animated gyrations of political actors in a highly toxic and volatile political atmosphere in Anambra state, one policy that may help the cause of PDP and all the other parties that are entertaining the fear that the will of Anambra people may be subverted through vote-rigging using the power of state actors, is the planned reliance on electronic transmission of election results by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.
It is a law already passed by National Assembly, NASS, but awaiting the assent of President Buhari.
If it is deployed, chances are that the best candidate would win fair and square as was the case in the Edo state governorship election.
That is more so now that IPOB has in the spirit of reconciliation and hopefully, the thawing of its icey relationship with authorities lifted its seat-at-home order which could have negatively affected voter turnout-out. I wish the armistice was secured earlier to give them enough time to boost the confidence of voters for a massive turnout. Nevertheless, it now behooves INEC and the political parties to in the short space of time, energize their campaign by gingering up voters to perform their civic duties of turning out massively to vote for their preferred candidates since IPOB has in a show of respect to the wise counsel of Igbo elders and leaders, unshackled them.
In the event that the nail-biting November 6 election swings the way of the PDP, the main opposition ruling party would be more surefooted to retake the presidency which it lost to the ruling party when Goodluck Jonathan was president, but who currently appears to be distancing himself from the party that made him Deputy Governor, Governor, Vice President, and President.
Ex-president Jonathan’s decision to travel abroad during the PDP convention last week unwittingly gives fillip to the rumor swirling around in the political space that he may be bracing up to be the presidential candidate of the ruling APC that may be finding it difficult to find a viable presidential candidate from the southeast and south-south from amongst the political class to fill president Mohammadu Buhari’s big shoes in 2023.
If that happens, Jonathan would have been rewarded for not investing sufficient grit to win the 2015 election, and little wonder that he yielded to the APC even before the final results were called.
One low point during the two days long PDP convention that l could observe is that both Goodluck Jonathan, and Olusegun Obasanjo, two surviving immediate past and former presidents of Nigeria under the platform of the PDP, were conspicuously absent. That was odd.
Another unusual and potentially unsavory outcome of the convention is that most of the 21 strategic offices went to the north. It would have been the ideal thing if the presidency was zoned to the south. But the presidency has been thrown open to both the north and south, as opposed to the party’s past practice of rotating the presidency between the north and south which would have justified such an arrangement.
Hopefully, the skewed power arrangement in the PDP leadership hierarchy would not become a point of friction in the future. With the PDP convention done and dusted, all eyes are now riveted on the ruling party, APC which also hopes that its candidate, Andy Uba, a serial contender in governorship contests in the state, would come out tops in the November 6 Anambra state election.
The ruling party at the center that has been rescheduling dates for its national convention to avert what critics speculate would be an explosive event that could result in the 5 legacy parties returning to their status quo ante, in light of the fact that the party is actually a union of five strange bedfellows that have not had the chance to interact closely enough to blend and articulate or develop a common leadership agenda based on any defined ideology other than to hound then ruling party, PDP out of power in 2015; is also determined to end up being a stronger and more united party after its convention scheduled to be held next month.
Whether, given the circumstances of APC’s birth and the current cracks on their wall reflecting divisions along the lines of the founding parties-CPC, ACN, ANPP and so and so forth, the ruling party would survive as one party is anyone’s guess.
But the Mai Mala Buni ( Yobe state governor ) led interim executives that have been at the helm of the administration of the ruling party in excess of one year, seem poised to achieve the feat of holding the party together and even consolidating its control of power at the center.
Considering the number of governors and deputies that the party had poached from the main opposition party under Buni’s watch, in addition to the membership drive that it had earlier embarked on; all eyes are on the party to see if its convention would be as productive as the PDP’s.
Just as the Anambra election is a bellwether for the PDP, the same election is a sort of referendum for the ruling party, APC as it would be a foretaste of the general elections that would produce the president in 2023 as Nigerians have practically been in a sort of Intensive Care Unit, ICU gasping for breathing in their struggle to survive in a benign war zone which our beloved country has transformed into since the advent of Boko Haram religious insurgents, some (10) years ago, and whose ranks have been swelled in the past six (6) years by the entrance of ISWAP, and bandits/violent herdsmen which the likes of Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai has been prodding the authorities to declare as terrorists.
Whatever be the case, I’m holding my breath in anxiety to hear or read how the ruling party, APC would explain the monumental tragedies and horrendous catastrophes that have befallen the nation under her watch in the past six years and expect the electorate to cast votes in their favor.
As the saying goes, a day in politics is a long time, so there is still ample time before the general elections in 2023, for the ruling party, APC to turn a new leaf in the event that it losses the Anambra election or retain its winning formula if it wins the contest fair and square.
Incontrovertibly, on November 6, the Anambra governorship elections is pregnant with meaning.
Happily, the fear of stillbirth is no more being entertained since IPOB has promised to sheath its sword. But the integrity of the midwives and whether the baby would be male or female is currently the concern.
ONYIBE, an entrepreneur, public policy analyst, author, development strategist, an alumnus of Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Massachusetts, USA, and a former commissioner in Delta state government, sent this piece from Lagos.
The conversation continues on: www.magnum.ng
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Business / Re: First Bank Shake-Up: Hassan-Odukale Replaces Awosika As Chairman by dav704(m): 11:09am On Apr 30, 2021
FIRST BANK CRISIS – WHY ELEPHANTS DON’T DO BREAKDANCE

https://thealvinreport.com/first-bank-crisis-why-elephants-dont-do-breakdance/

Investment / First Bank Crisis – Why Elephants Don’t Do Breakdance by dav704(m): 11:07am On Apr 30, 2021
Founded by the proprietor of Elder Dempster Agencies, Alfred Lewis Jones in 1894, the British Bank of West Africa was meant to facilitate the importation of silver currency into the region, where Jones held a monopoly.

https://thealvinreport.com/first-bank-crisis-why-elephants-dont-do-breakdance/

Politics / Re: CBN Fires First Bank Directors by dav704(m): 11:05am On Apr 30, 2021
FIRST BANK CRISIS – WHY ELEPHANTS DON’T DO BREAKDANCE

https://thealvinreport.com/first-bank-crisis-why-elephants-dont-do-breakdance/
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Health / 5 Dental Care Tips To Improve Your Teeth by dav704(m): 1:43pm On Mar 15, 2021
5 Dental Care Tips to Improve Your Teeth
https://defavoursdental.com.ng/5-dental-care-tips-to-improve-your-teeth/
Taking care of your teeth is important to your health, and not just your oral health but your overall general health as well. Keep your teeth strong, your smile bright, and stay healthy with these dental care tips!

1) Brush and Floss Twice a Day
While you should brush at least once a day, twice a day is best! The best time to brush is after you eat a meal, and you should also floss at the same time. You need to brush your teeth for at least 2 minutes, making sure to cover all of your teeth.

2) Drink Lots of Water
Water is not only important for your overall health, but it encourages saliva production which is important for healthy teeth. Water is also much healthier and better for your teeth than sugary drinks and sodas. Over time, bacteria on your teeth use sugar to create plaque, which if not dealt with will cause teeth decay!

3) Avoid Sugary Foods
You should not only pay attention to sugar in drinks, but also in the foods you eat. Try to avoid eating a lot of sugary foods and candy. If you do eat a lot of sugar, make sure you brush your teeth well after eating. Sugar greatly increases the amount of plaque on your teeth, and if you have a sweet tooth it’s important to be even more conscious about how well you brush your teeth.

4) Get Regular Calcium and Vitamin D
Calcium is important to having strong teeth and dense bones. You can get a regular source of calcium from dairy products and nuts. To absorb calcium your body needs Vitamin D, so make sure you are going outside and getting a good amount of sunlight every day.

5) See A Dentist Every 6 Months!
Most importantly, make sure you are visiting a dentist regularly! Dentists can thoroughly clean your teeth, and check for cavities, plaque and any other dental issues that need to be addressed.

https://defavoursdental.com.ng/5-dental-care-tips-to-improve-your-teeth/

Travel / Re: Experience Of An Icelander by dav704(m): 9:53pm On Sep 15, 2020
Top places to visit in Iceland

In this article, I am going to list out the top places to visit in Iceland. Traveling is going to become an ever-wanting activity, after months of enduring lockdown and restriction to your movement. Dust your passport and reach out to your travel agent or better still dig through travel sites, get your plane ticket and prepare for your flight because destination Iceland is calling on you for the most exciting trip.

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Travel / Re: FG Announces Five Airports To Be Reopened By June 21 by dav704(m): 7:45am On Sep 08, 2020
New protocols for travelers and international airlines in 2020 by the federal government of Nigeria have finally opened the international airport for full operations on the 5th of September, 2020 after months of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

https://roundtripholidays.com.ng/covid-19-provisional-protocols-for-travelers-and-international-airlines-in-2020/
Travel / Re: Are There Nigerians In Mauritius by dav704(m): 12:49am On Aug 22, 2020
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Travel / Mauritius Island: 8 Important Things You Need To Make A Stress-free Trip by dav704(m): 12:46am On Aug 22, 2020
The promise of serenity and the beauty of nature is just a tip of what you’ll enjoy on the beautiful Island of Mauritius. Situated in the middle of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is close to heaven with its beautiful scenery.

https://roundtripholidays.com.ng/mauritius-island-8-important-things-you-need-to-make-a-stress-free-trip/

If you’ve been craving for a break after a long time staying at home because of the lockdown caused by Covid-19, this combination will make you grab the next flight to the Island.

The news of opening the international airports later this month must have been so exciting to you. We’re certain Mauritius is one of the destinations you shouldn’t sleep on this season.

Despite the recent oil spillage situation, Mauritius island is still one of the best destinations that will bring a breath of fresh air to you. You can take the trip either as an individual, with your partner, friends, or family.

Where is Mauritius?


Mauritius Island
Do you know this amazing island is considered part of Africa despite its geographical location?

Mauritius is an island located in the Indian Ocean near Reunion Island. The country is well-connected to eastern Madagascar. Mauritius comprises 16 islands and islets, each known for their exquisite beauty.

However, enjoying this beauty comes with a price. Before taking the trip, it’s expedient for you to make adequate plans. There’s a long list of important things you need to know before traveling to Mauritius Island.

You might be wondering what these things are. The good news is that this article will be providing you with adequate information on the things you need to make a stress-free trip in 2020.

If you can pay attention to and follow the list that would be provided below, you’re set to make your trip. All you need to do afterward is get to the airport and make that trip.

Below are the things you need to know before you make a trip to Mauritius Island in 2020.

Travel documents required
The weather condition in Mauritius
Travel insurance
Currency and exchange rates
Essentials to pack
Tourist safety tips
Foods on Mauritius Island
Fun activities to try Mauritius Island
1. Travel documents required
To make a stress-free trip to Mauritius, there are some important travel documents you need to get. Without these documents, your trip to the island will be impossible.

The beauty of traveling to Mauritius is that you do not need a visa if you’re staying for less than sixty days. Isn’t that amazing?

The documents you need are;

Passport: Your international passport needs to be available and valid for at least six months from the date of departure.
Yellow card: You’re required to provide a WHO card with yellow fever vaccination and COVID-9 test result less than 72hrs before departure at the airport. You must make plans for the card weeks before traveling.
Credit Card: As a proof of sufficient funds, you’ll need to have a credit card with a minimum of 600 USD (231,954.00 Naira) for a couple.
Return ticket to your destination.
Application Procedure

Duly filled and signed application forms are available at http://passport.govmu.org
The following documents must be provided:
Two recent passport-sized photographs;

A photocopy of data pages within the traveler’s passport; and a photocopy of the residence/re-Entry visa with three months validity, where applicable.

An average of 5 working days is required for processing applications and for a visa to be issued, provided all relevant documents are submitted.

2. The weather condition in Mauritius
The general weather on this island is tropical. However, the rainy season, which is the Mauritius summer falls between December to February while the dry season known as Mauritius winter falls between June to August.

This will help you plan your trip better.

3. Travel insurance
Getting your travel insurance for an international vacation is pretty important. If you already have one, updating it is equally important.

Although Mauritius offers good health care facilities, it’s quite expensive. You can save expenses by taking mosquito repellent and anti-venom serum with you.

4. Currency and exchange rates
Exchanging your currency before travelling is budget-friendly and handy. If you couldn’t exchange your money before travelling, you can do it at the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport of Mauritius.

If you’re not comfortable carrying lots of cash with you, currency usage is hassle-free as credit cards like Visa, American Express, and MasterCard are widely accepted.

5. Essentials to pack
One of the best ways to have a stress-free trip is to travel light. Packing can be nerve-racking. All you need to do is pack important items you need on the trip.

Here are some of the things you need to pack for the trip.

Choose light cotton clothes over synthetic ones. This is because of the humidity of Mauritius, it makes you uncomfortable in synthetic fabrics. Evenings get slightly cold in Mauritius, so take your sweater along with you to keep you warm at night.
Don’t miss out on your swimsuits. You’ll need some extra small bags to carry your swimsuits and wet towels to and from the beach.
Keep appropriate clothes like kaftans for places of worship.

Take light raincoats or an umbrella with you for rain showers.
Sunglasses, a digital camera, charger, flip flops, sunscreen lotions and lips balms shouldn’t be left out., sunscreen
6. Tourist safety tips
As a tourist, you’re a stranger and you need to take some important safety measures on your trip. Below are some safety tips you need.

Ensure your Google Maps is installed on your device.
If you rent a car, drive on the left and don’t park on the double yellow lines.
Avoid buses after 6 pm. Make sure your movements are restricted to that time except when you’re driving yourself around.
Do not go hiking without a guide.
Diarrhoea is one of the common illnesses in Mauritius so keep a sanitizer with you at all times.around.
7. Foods on Mauritius Island
One of the most distinctive parts of Mauritius’ culture is their foods. Trying out new foods is one of the fun activities you can engage in while you’re on the island.

Their street food has quite a lot of variety and you shouldn’t miss out on them. From crab curries, fried squid, to fish dishes, several kinds of delicious seafood are guaranteed.

There are lots of local restaurants you can visit to try out their delicacies.

If you’re a vegetarian, you have nothing to worry about. You’ll get several restaurants that serve the best dishes.

8. Fun activities to try Mauritius Island
Making remarkable memories and adventures is one of the reasons people travel to different countries. Engaging in fun activities will help make your trip memorable.

Curious about the fun activities you can try in Mauritius? Here are some;

Underwater sea walk
Skydiving
Water skiing
Windsurfing and more.
Taking a trip to Mauritius island is just a step away if you can follow all the tips provided in this article.

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Food / Re: The Only Tip You Will Ever Need To Own & Run A Successful Restaurant/food Biz by dav704(m): 7:30am On Aug 01, 2020
10 Best Restaurants in GRA | Ikeja
https://grizzlyrestaurant.com/10-best-restaurants-in-gra-ikeja/
In this article, you are going to discover the 10 best restaurants in GRA Ikeja. After a long wait, Immediately the waitress came in with our order which was a platter of small chops(also known as finger foods), Tj, just leave the snail section for me; My friend Eunice said.

Trust me to have rolled my eyes at her. Snail section kill you there! I fired back.

We had spent lot of hours earlier trying to choose a restaurant in Ikeja GRA to cool off the week steam and here we are in one of the best restaurant in Ikeja GRA fighting over who get to eat the sumptuous snails. She must be really joking!

Ikeja GRA; a high brow residential neighborhood is a place easy to fall in love with and the presence of top exquisite restaurants makes it the more desirable to visit when in need to observe a break from the hustle of the city life.

Check out the list of some of the best Restaurants in Ikeja GRA

Jevenik place
La mango Restaurant and lounge
The Orchid Bistro
Ocean Basket
Spur family Restaurant
The Place Restaurant & Bar
Rhapsody’s
Cassia Restaurant & Bar
Emperor’s Restaurant and
Yellow Chilli Restaurant & Bar
JEVINIK PLACE in GRA
10 Best Restaurants in GRA | Ikeja
21 Isaac John Street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
It is well suited to a nice location. The ambiance of the restaurant is very warm and gives the customer a nice and relaxed moment while enjoying the African delicacy served which is of course affordable. Their seafood okra also comes highly recommended by me.

LA MANGO RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
No.3A, Adekunle Fajuyi way Ikeja GRA. Lagos
La Mango is a trendy restaurant well known for serving mouth-watering local and intercontinental dishes such as Malaysian fried rice, American burgers, Thai curries, etc. They are also open all round the clock making it accessible to their visitors at any time of the day.

THE ORCHID BISTRO in GRA
58A, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
Orchid Bistro is a must try out a restaurant in GRA Ikeja. Its atmosphere is very warm and friendly due to its magnificent Orchid garden surrounding its serene environment. Though small and quaint, the Orchid Bistro offers exceptional food and dining services.

OCEAN BASKET
No.58C Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
If you are all kind of foodie, be it a sea foodie or mediterranean kind, Ocean Basket is a good choice for you. They serve delicious sea foods and are also vegetarian friendly. The staff are very welcoming and professional. Takeouts services are also available.

SPUR FAMILY RESTAURANT
56B, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
Looking forward to a nice hangout time with the family? Look no further because spur family restaurant has all it takes to give you great food while creating outstanding memories.

THE PLACE RESTAURANT & BAR
45, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
The Place restaurant is one of the most visited restaurants in Ikeja GRA. they serve good Nigerian cuisine at a very decent price. their tasty Asun and Jambalaya rice are one to keep customers coming. They also have other branches in Lekki, Victoria Island, Surulere, Alausa, Akowonjo, Ogba, Festac, Maryland, Circle Mall, Ikoyi, Satellite, and Oniru all in Lagos State.

RHAPSODY
53-55, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
A restaurant with a top notched classy and beautiful interiors. They serve a wide range of delicacies like burgers, barbecues, chicken espetada, pizzas etc. Do well to visit Rhapsody with a big appetite because they are capable of sating it with their delicacies.

CASSIA RESTAURANT & BAR
37, Joel Ogunnaike Street, Ikeja GRA
Cassia Restaurant which is also close to Protea Hotel is a nice restaurant to relax, unwind and enjoy quality music while being served hot sumptuous African meals to take off the hustling city stress of the day/week.

EMPEROR’S RESTAURANT
Adebola shopping mall, 53 Isaac John Street, Ikeja Lagos
This is a restaurant tastefully furnished to leave customers in awe. They offer a wide range of dishes such as Jollof rice, seafood, peppered goat meat, peppered fish, and lots more. They also have different seating positions according to a customer’s preference.

YELLOW CHILLI RESTAURANT & BAR
35, Joel Ogunnaike street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
Yellow Chilli; which is situated at the very heart of Ikeja is an exquisite and remarkable restaurant to visit if you are truly craving for well made African dishes. Some of their local spicy food served, includes spicy stewed snails, pepper soup, seafood okra etc.

Have you been to any of these restaurants in Ikeja GRA?
You are welcome to share your experience in the comment section below
Travel / Re: Top 7 Hangout Spots In Lagos Mainland by dav704(m): 7:28am On Aug 01, 2020
10 Best Restaurants in GRA Ikeja
https://grizzlyrestaurant.com/10-best-restaurants-in-gra-ikeja/
In this article, you are going to discover the 10 best restaurants in GRA Ikeja. After a long wait, Immediately the waitress came in with our order which was a platter of small chops(also known as finger foods), Tj, just leave the snail section for me; My friend Eunice said.

Trust me to have rolled my eyes at her. Snail section kill you there! I fired back.

We had spent lot of hours earlier trying to choose a restaurant in Ikeja GRA to cool off the week steam and here we are in one of the best restaurant in Ikeja GRA fighting over who get to eat the sumptuous snails. She must be really joking!

Ikeja GRA; a high brow residential neighborhood is a place easy to fall in love with and the presence of top exquisite restaurants makes it the more desirable to visit when in need to observe a break from the hustle of the city life.

Check out the list of some of the best Restaurants in Ikeja GRA

Jevenik place
La mango Restaurant and lounge
The Orchid Bistro
Ocean Basket
Spur family Restaurant
The Place Restaurant & Bar
Rhapsody’s
Cassia Restaurant & Bar
Emperor’s Restaurant and
Yellow Chilli Restaurant & Bar
JEVINIK PLACE in GRA
10 Best Restaurants in GRA | Ikeja
21 Isaac John Street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
It is well suited to a nice location. The ambiance of the restaurant is very warm and gives the customer a nice and relaxed moment while enjoying the African delicacy served which is of course affordable. Their seafood okra also comes highly recommended by me.

LA MANGO RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
No.3A, Adekunle Fajuyi way Ikeja GRA. Lagos
La Mango is a trendy restaurant well known for serving mouth-watering local and intercontinental dishes such as Malaysian fried rice, American burgers, Thai curries, etc. They are also open all round the clock making it accessible to their visitors at any time of the day.

THE ORCHID BISTRO in GRA
58A, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
Orchid Bistro is a must try out a restaurant in GRA Ikeja. Its atmosphere is very warm and friendly due to its magnificent Orchid garden surrounding its serene environment. Though small and quaint, the Orchid Bistro offers exceptional food and dining services.

OCEAN BASKET
No.58C Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
If you are all kind of foodie, be it a sea foodie or mediterranean kind, Ocean Basket is a good choice for you. They serve delicious sea foods and are also vegetarian friendly. The staff are very welcoming and professional. Takeouts services are also available.

SPUR FAMILY RESTAURANT
56B, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
Looking forward to a nice hangout time with the family? Look no further because spur family restaurant has all it takes to give you great food while creating outstanding memories.

THE PLACE RESTAURANT & BAR
45, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
The Place restaurant is one of the most visited restaurants in Ikeja GRA. they serve good Nigerian cuisine at a very decent price. their tasty Asun and Jambalaya rice are one to keep customers coming. They also have other branches in Lekki, Victoria Island, Surulere, Alausa, Akowonjo, Ogba, Festac, Maryland, Circle Mall, Ikoyi, Satellite, and Oniru all in Lagos State.

RHAPSODY
53-55, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
A restaurant with a top notched classy and beautiful interiors. They serve a wide range of delicacies like burgers, barbecues, chicken espetada, pizzas etc. Do well to visit Rhapsody with a big appetite because they are capable of sating it with their delicacies.

CASSIA RESTAURANT & BAR
37, Joel Ogunnaike Street, Ikeja GRA
Cassia Restaurant which is also close to Protea Hotel is a nice restaurant to relax, unwind and enjoy quality music while being served hot sumptuous African meals to take off the hustling city stress of the day/week.

EMPEROR’S RESTAURANT
Adebola shopping mall, 53 Isaac John Street, Ikeja Lagos
This is a restaurant tastefully furnished to leave customers in awe. They offer a wide range of dishes such as Jollof rice, seafood, peppered goat meat, peppered fish, and lots more. They also have different seating positions according to a customer’s preference.

YELLOW CHILLI RESTAURANT & BAR
35, Joel Ogunnaike street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
Yellow Chilli; which is situated at the very heart of Ikeja is an exquisite and remarkable restaurant to visit if you are truly craving for well made African dishes. Some of their local spicy food served, includes spicy stewed snails, pepper soup, seafood okra etc.

Have you been to any of these restaurants in Ikeja GRA?
You are welcome to share your experience in the comment section below
https://grizzlyrestaurant.com/10-best-restaurants-in-gra-ikeja/
Travel / Re: Top 5 Local Restaurants In Ikeja by dav704(m): 7:26am On Aug 01, 2020
10 Best Restaurants in GRA Ikeja
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In this article, you are going to discover the 10 best restaurants in GRA Ikeja. After a long wait, Immediately the waitress came in with our order which was a platter of small chops(also known as finger foods), Tj, just leave the snail section for me; My friend Eunice said.

Trust me to have rolled my eyes at her. Snail section kill you there! I fired back.

https://grizzlyrestaurant.com/10-best-restaurants-in-gra-ikeja/

We had spent lot of hours earlier trying to choose a restaurant in Ikeja GRA to cool off the week steam and here we are in one of the best restaurant in Ikeja GRA fighting over who get to eat the sumptuous snails. She must be really joking!

Ikeja GRA; a high brow residential neighborhood is a place easy to fall in love with and the presence of top exquisite restaurants makes it the more desirable to visit when in need to observe a break from the hustle of the city life.

Check out the list of some of the best Restaurants in Ikeja GRA

Jevenik place
La mango Restaurant and lounge
The Orchid Bistro
Ocean Basket
Spur family Restaurant
The Place Restaurant & Bar
Rhapsody’s
Cassia Restaurant & Bar
Emperor’s Restaurant and
Yellow Chilli Restaurant & Bar
JEVINIK PLACE in GRA
10 Best Restaurants in GRA | Ikeja
21 Isaac John Street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
It is well suited to a nice location. The ambiance of the restaurant is very warm and gives the customer a nice and relaxed moment while enjoying the African delicacy served which is of course affordable. Their seafood okra also comes highly recommended by me.

LA MANGO RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
No.3A, Adekunle Fajuyi way Ikeja GRA. Lagos
La Mango is a trendy restaurant well known for serving mouth-watering local and intercontinental dishes such as Malaysian fried rice, American burgers, Thai curries, etc. They are also open all round the clock making it accessible to their visitors at any time of the day.

THE ORCHID BISTRO in GRA
58A, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
Orchid Bistro is a must try out a restaurant in GRA Ikeja. Its atmosphere is very warm and friendly due to its magnificent Orchid garden surrounding its serene environment. Though small and quaint, the Orchid Bistro offers exceptional food and dining services.

OCEAN BASKET
No.58C Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
If you are all kind of foodie, be it a sea foodie or mediterranean kind, Ocean Basket is a good choice for you. They serve delicious sea foods and are also vegetarian friendly. The staff are very welcoming and professional. Takeouts services are also available.

SPUR FAMILY RESTAURANT
56B, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
Looking forward to a nice hangout time with the family? Look no further because spur family restaurant has all it takes to give you great food while creating outstanding memories.

THE PLACE RESTAURANT & BAR
45, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
The Place restaurant is one of the most visited restaurants in Ikeja GRA. they serve good Nigerian cuisine at a very decent price. their tasty Asun and Jambalaya rice are one to keep customers coming. They also have other branches in Lekki, Victoria Island, Surulere, Alausa, Akowonjo, Ogba, Festac, Maryland, Circle Mall, Ikoyi, Satellite, and Oniru all in Lagos State.

RHAPSODY
53-55, Isaac John street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
A restaurant with a top notched classy and beautiful interiors. They serve a wide range of delicacies like burgers, barbecues, chicken espetada, pizzas etc. Do well to visit Rhapsody with a big appetite because they are capable of sating it with their delicacies.

CASSIA RESTAURANT & BAR
37, Joel Ogunnaike Street, Ikeja GRA
Cassia Restaurant which is also close to Protea Hotel is a nice restaurant to relax, unwind and enjoy quality music while being served hot sumptuous African meals to take off the hustling city stress of the day/week.

EMPEROR’S RESTAURANT
Adebola shopping mall, 53 Isaac John Street, Ikeja Lagos
This is a restaurant tastefully furnished to leave customers in awe. They offer a wide range of dishes such as Jollof rice, seafood, peppered goat meat, peppered fish, and lots more. They also have different seating positions according to a customer’s preference.

YELLOW CHILLI RESTAURANT & BAR
35, Joel Ogunnaike street, G.R.A, Ikeja, Lagos
Yellow Chilli; which is situated at the very heart of Ikeja is an exquisite and remarkable restaurant to visit if you are truly craving for well made African dishes. Some of their local spicy food served, includes spicy stewed snails, pepper soup, seafood okra etc.

Have you been to any of these restaurants in Ikeja GRA?
You are welcome to share your experience in the comment section below.
Travel / Re: Bola Tinubu's Son And Other Erring Nigerians Who Defied COVID-19 Lockdown Order by dav704(m): 9:11am On Jul 21, 2020
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL BAN
With the introduction of the novel coronavirus, Countries have been forced to impose an international travel ban among other measures against the spread of COVID-19. These countries include; the United States, which has a record of 2,253,095 active cases and has kept its border partially opened, presently the united states is willing to allow about 14 countries including China (if it reciprocates) through its border. Brazil has recorded an active case of 520,883 and also has its border partially opened, but countries like India with active cases of about 311,565 has kept its border completely close, while the United Kingdom has no restriction but has an active case of 245,325.
Below are some countries and their travel restrictions;
GHANA
Ghana’s has closed its borders to international travel since March 21. On May 31, President Akufo-Addo announced that the border will remain closed “until further notice.” International commercial flights will not be available during this time
KENYA
On May 16th, movement restrictions were imposed into and out of Kenya through the Kenyan-Tanzania and Kenyan-Somali international borders, with exceptions for cargo vehicles. On March 25, the Kenyan government suspended all international flights in and out of the country. Domestic air travel resumed on July 15th under the Ministry of Health and Transport guidelines. International flights will resume August 1st under strict health guideline.
MOROCCO
The country announced the suspension of all international passenger flights on March 15. The Government of Morocco has also announced the partial reopening of its borders beginning on Tuesday, July 14 at midnight making certain types of travel possible starting on July 15) especially to allow Moroccan residents to return and foreign citizens to depart the country.
NAMIBIA
The Namibian Ministry of Health and Social Services has confirmed 1032 cases of COVID-19 in Namibia. Of these, 31 have recovered. 2 Fatalities. International commercial flights are not available out of Namibia, and will not resume until at least September 18, 2020
SOUTH AFRICA
The South African Ministry of Health has confirmed 298,292 cases of COVID-19 within its borders. All airports in South Africa are closed to commercial travelling. As of March 28, foreign citizens are not currently eligible for the “visa on arrival” option, and any visas issued to foreign citizens before the lockdown have been revoked. Once commercial flights resume, please do not plan travel to South Africa until you speak to the nearest South African Embassy to determine current entry restrictions. There isn’t any information on when commercial flights will resume, or if visa restrictions will be lifted.
UNITED ARAB EMIRATE

Dubai residents can now travel abroad. Returning residents will need to request permission from Dubai’s immigration service. To enter Abu Dhabi, individuals must present a COVID test conducted in the last 48 hours from an approved facility or schedule an appointment for a laser blood test. These regulations are subject to changes. The UAE currently does not have any curfews.
fines varying from 1000-100,000 Emirati dirhams would be placed on individuals who fail to follow rules and regulations to curb the spread of COVID-19.

UNITED KINGDOM
If you travelling into the UK you will be required to provide UK officials with contact and travel information before arrival by completing the Public Health Locator Form. This form must be completed by each member of your travelling party. Individuals arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days and maybe contacted to verify compliance.
MEXICO
Mexico confirmed 324,041 positive cases of COVID-19 within its borders as of July 16. Mexico placed a ban on non-essential travel which includes travel that is considered tourism or recreational. The restrictions are in place until at least July 21. If you would be travelling to Mexico you should carry evidence of the essential nature of your visit. On arriving at Mexican airports, you may be subject to health screenings which include temperature checks. Those exhibiting symptoms may be subject to additional health screening and/or quarantine. Expect to experience significant delays and face the possibility of being returned to your country or quarantined in Mexico.
CHINA
The Chinese government continues to take steps to try to control the spread of the virus, including mandatory quarantine for citizens and foreigners entering China.
Travellers should prepare for the possibility of travel restrictions and quarantine fees with little or no advance notice, additional steps may vary from place to place, individuals should inquire with local authorities on specific policies before travelling within China.
INDIA
Incoming travellers including Indian nationals are advised to avoid non-essential travel and are to be informed that here is the possibility of been quarantined for a minimum period of 14 days on their arrival in India. The Indian government has also announced that travellers who have visited Italy or Republic of Korea will need a certificate of having tested negative from COVID-19 from the designated laboratories authorized by Health Authority of these countries before entering the country, this is a temporary measure till cases of COVID-19 subside. All incoming travellers, including Indian nationals, arriving from or having visited China, Italy, Iran, Republic of Korea, France, Spain, and Germany after Feb. 15, 2020, shall be quarantined for a minimum period of 14 days. All passengers coming from UAE, Qatar, Oman, and Kuwait would be placed under compulsory quarantine for a minimum period of 14 days which shall come into effect.

Many countries continue to release an update on various measures, including border control in a bid to fight the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the safety of its citizens, until a vaccine will be found. Visit various countries embassy website to follow up on travel update in this pandemic.
It hasn't been the most convenient of time for travellers and might remain so for months to come. How hopeful are you that thing would return to normal?
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I thought I should give you some hint on common phrases to learn before your vacation in Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Dubai. Do well to thank me for the comment section.

The Burj al Arab Jumeirah is also known as the Tower of the Arabs is a luxurious hotel located in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is one of the tallest hotels in the world (though 39% of its total height is made up of non-occupying space) and it stands on an artificial island from Jumeirah Beach and is connected to the mainland by a private curving bridge. The shape of the structure is designed to resemble the sail of an Arabian dhow ship

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Celebrities / Re: A Romantic Trip To Burj Al Arab, Dubai by dav704(m): 8:19pm On Apr 24, 2020
I thought I should give you some hint on common phrases to learn before your vacation in Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Dubai. Do well to thank me for the comment section.

The Burj al Arab Jumeirah is also known as the Tower of the Arabs is a luxurious hotel located in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is one of the tallest hotels in the world (though 39% of its total height is made up of non-occupying space) and it stands on an artificial island from Jumeirah Beach and is connected to the mainland by a private curving bridge. The shape of the structure is designed to resemble the sail of an Arabian dhow ship

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Celebrities / Re: Tiwa Savage's Hotel Room At The 7-star Burj AlArab Jumeirah, Dubai by dav704(m): 8:19pm On Apr 24, 2020
I thought I should give you some hint on common phrases to learn before your vacation in Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Dubai. Do well to thank me for the comment section.

The Burj al Arab Jumeirah is also known as the Tower of the Arabs is a luxurious hotel located in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is one of the tallest hotels in the world (though 39% of its total height is made up of non-occupying space) and it stands on an artificial island from Jumeirah Beach and is connected to the mainland by a private curving bridge. The shape of the structure is designed to resemble the sail of an Arabian dhow ship

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Travel / Re: The Only 7 Star Hotel In The World-the Best Place To Go Tourism. by dav704(m): 8:17pm On Apr 24, 2020
Have you ever wondered what it will feel like to dine at one of the luxurious Burj Al Arab Restaurants? If you haven’t, I have! And trust me, after reading through this article, you will be booking a table.

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Travel / Re: The Best Hotels In The World. Burj Al Arab. . . And Others. by dav704(m): 8:17pm On Apr 24, 2020
Have you ever wondered what it will feel like to dine at one of the luxurious Burj Al Arab Restaurants? If you haven’t, I have! And trust me, after reading through this article, you will be booking a table.

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