The COVID-19 response plan


In terms of communication, the Plan recommends the regular dissemination of messages intended for the general public, announcements on measures inside Airports and continuous training of personnel on personal protective equipment (PPE).

At checkpoints and car parks, it is recommended to control the compulsory wearing of a mask, hand washing, respect for distance, regular disinfection of the crate armrests, the classification of the trolleys (arrival and departure) and their regular disinfection. Regarding the departure circuit, the prevention and protection provisions against the COVID 19 pandemic cover the shelters and fronts of the Terminal and the check-in area.

Everywhere, it is recommended that a mask be worn, that distance is respected and that you wash your hands when entering the toilet. The same is true for hand disinfection at the entrance to airports, temperature measurement at the entrance to the terminal, application of the procedure for subtracting the circuit in case of suspicion of positivity and regular disinfection. X-Ray.

President Modibo Keita-Senou International Airport being the main gateway for passengers coming from abroad by air, important health measures are required by the Malian authorities on arrival and departure from Bamako. Thus, travelers on arrival in Mali will be subject, among other things, to filling in a health declaration form and presenting a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test certificate dating back no more than three days. francs, issued by the health authorities of the country of embarkation.

In addition, any passenger (without exception) coming from areas where the virus is rife will be systematically examined and placed in self-isolation for 14 days. During this period, a medical team will do his daily follow-up. As for travelers with major symptoms, that is to say arriving with a fever (temperature above 37.5 degrees) and other respiratory signs from countries strongly affected by COVID-19, they will be transported on an isolation site to be tested. People who test positive for COVID-19 will be treated at sites selected by the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs.

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To protect users against the COVID 19 pandemic, a response plan is being implemented by all the stakeholders of the airport platform. The measures taken revolve around the screening of airport personnel, the compulsory wearing of a mask for all agents and the compulsory wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE) for all staff of the platform.

In terms of communication, the Plan recommends the regular dissemination of messages intended for the general public, announcements on measures inside Airports and continuous training of personnel on personal protective equipment (PPE).

At checkpoints and car parks, it is recommended to control the compulsory wearing of a mask, hand washing, respect for distance, regular disinfection of the crate armrests, the classification of the trolleys (arrival and departure) and their regular disinfection. Regarding the departure circuit, the prevention and protection provisions against the COVID 19 pandemic cover the shelters and fronts of the Terminal and the check-in area.

Everywhere, it is recommended that a mask be worn, that distance is respected and that you wash your hands when entering the toilet. The same is true for hand disinfection at the entrance to airports, temperature measurement at the entrance to the terminal, application of the procedure for subtracting the circuit in case of suspicion of positivity and regular disinfection. X-Ray.

President Modibo Keita-Senou International Airport being the main gateway for passengers coming from abroad by air, important health measures are required by the Malian authorities on arrival and departure from Bamako. Thus, travelers on arrival in Mali will be subject, among other things, to filling in a health declaration form and presenting a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test certificate dating back no more than three days. francs, issued by the health authorities of the country of embarkation.

In addition, any passenger (without exception) coming from areas where the virus is rife will be systematically examined and placed in self-isolation for 14 days. During this period, a medical team will do his daily follow-up. As for travelers with major symptoms, that is to say arriving with a fever (temperature above 37.5 degrees) and other respiratory signs from countries strongly affected by COVID-19, they will be transported on an isolation site to be tested. People who test positive for COVID-19 will be treated at sites selected by the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs.

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To protect users against the COVID 19 pandemic, a response plan is being implemented by all the stakeholders of the airport platform. The measures taken revolve around the screening of airport personnel, the compulsory wearing of a mask for all agents and the compulsory wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE) for all staff of the platform.

In terms of communication, the Plan recommends the regular dissemination of messages intended for the general public, announcements on measures inside Airports and continuous training of personnel on personal protective equipment (PPE).

At checkpoints and car parks, it is recommended to control the compulsory wearing of a mask, hand washing, respect for distance, regular disinfection of the crate armrests, the classification of the trolleys (arrival and departure) and their regular disinfection. Regarding the departure circuit, the prevention and protection provisions against the COVID 19 pandemic cover the shelters and fronts of the Terminal and the check-in area.

Everywhere, it is recommended that a mask be worn, that distance is respected and that you wash your hands when entering the toilet. The same is true for hand disinfection at the entrance to airports, temperature measurement at the entrance to the terminal, application of the procedure for subtracting the circuit in case of suspicion of positivity and regular disinfection. X-Ray.

President Modibo Keita-Senou International Airport being the main gateway for passengers coming from abroad by air, important health measures are required by the Malian authorities on arrival and departure from Bamako. Thus, travelers on arrival in Mali will be subject, among other things, to filling in a health declaration form and presenting a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test certificate dating back no more than three days. francs, issued by the health authorities of the country of embarkation.

In addition, any passenger (without exception) coming from areas where the virus is rife will be systematically examined and placed in self-isolation for 14 days. During this period, a medical team will do his daily follow-up. As for travelers with major symptoms, that is to say arriving with a fever (temperature above 37.5 degrees) and other respiratory signs from countries strongly affected by COVID-19, they will be transported on an isolation site to be tested. People who test positive for COVID-19 will be treated at sites selected by the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs.