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Living or working in Lagos? You can now get tested for COVID-19 regardless of your symptoms. Register to schedule a test for yourself or for a group.

Step 1

  • Click the register button and follow the prompts
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Step 2

  • Enter your details & choose a preferred lab
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Step 3

  • You will receive an email with payment details
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Step 4

  • Make payment to the bank and quote the invoice number
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Step 5

  • You’ll receive an email when you have been assigned lab to be tested. Please note that you may be assigned a lab different from the one you specified on your application due to demand
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Step 6

  • We’ll inform you when your results are ready, typically within 48 hours.
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Guidance

This guidance is for people arriving in Lagos who have visited or passed through a country where travel to the Nigeria is restricted (also called "red list" countries) in the last 14 days before their arrival. This does not include those transiting through these countries.

 

From the 6th of May 2021, countries on the restricted travel list ("red list") are Brazil, India and Turkey.

 

If you have visited or resided in Brazil, India, or Turkey within fourteen (14) days preceding travel to Nigeria, you will be denied entry into Nigeria and into Lagos unless you are a NIGERIAN national or hold a NIGERIAN residence permit.

 

All Nigerian nationals and Nigerian residence permit holders who have visited Brazil, India, or Turkey in the 14 days preceding travel to LAGOS must You could be fined up to N300,000, imprisoned for up to 5 years, or both, if you do not abide by the quarantine rules.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some frequently asked questions

For more information, reach out to us on +234 906 234 6494 or [email protected]

Government supervised-quarantine: What is it?

Everyone who arrives in Lagos must quarantine for 7 full days from the point of their arrival. The day of arrival in Lagos will be treated as day 0.

To stop the spread of potentially harmful variants into LAGOS, more stringent measures are in place for people who have travelled from or passed through a country on the list where travel to LAGOS is restricted (the ‘red list countries’) in the last 14 days before arrival.

You must quarantine in a supervised quarantine hotel if you have travelled from or passed through a country on the list where travel to LAGOS is banned.

Who has to go into supervised Quarantine?

If you are a Nigerian national, or someone who holds a Nigerian residence permit and you have been in or passed through a ‘red list’ country in the 14 days before your arrival, you will need to quarantine in a government supervised quarantine hotel.

What you need to do before you arrive Lagos

Before you travel you must:

  1. Take a COVID-19 test and get a negative result during the 2 days(48hours) before you travel. You must take the test in the 2 days before the airline service on which you will arrive in Lagos departs. For example, if you travel directly to Lagos on Friday, you must take the test on Wednesday or Thursday.
  2. You must fill all requisite forms on the Lagos portal
  3. You must pay for the Mandatory Quarantine as well as for the two (2) COVID-19 tests

 

On arrival to Lagos, you must:

  1. Undergo a mandatory 7-day quarantine in a government approved facility at the point of entry at cost to the passenger. If you test positive on day 7, you will be required to continue quarantine till day 14.
  2. Any passenger who provides false or misleading contact information to the government would be liable to prosecution.
  3. Failure to comply with these protocols would amount to prosecution.

 

List of government approved facilities and how much you'll need to pay
  • Joygate Hotel – N34,950 per day
  • Ibis Hotel – N34,950 per day
  • Golden Tulip Hotel- N43,05 per day
  • Cardiorenal Centre (also doubles as a care centre)- N40,775 per day
  • Yaba Mainland Hospital (also doubles as a care centre) – N29,125 per day

If you provide false information, or omit key information that has been asked for, you will be committing fraud and may be prosecuted