Laos eases Covid-19 measures to allow charter flights


VIENTIANE, Oct 3: Laos has extended its Covid-19 prevention measures until Oct 31, however, some measures, including a ban on charter flights, will be eased, reports Laotian Times.

The National Task Force Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Control revealed in a statement for the press on Saturday night (Oct 2) that the Laos government had agreed in principle to resume charter flights with countries that are not experiencing an outbreak.

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