The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) updated its domestic and international travel regulations on Saturday.
The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) announced that the authority had overturned the law requiring face masks to be worn at all times.
The notification said that mask use as part of nonpharmaceutical interventions was no longer required for internal and international travel, but was nevertheless recommended because of the country’s lowering COVID-19 trend.
A mask is not required, but it is nevertheless desirable, the CAA stated in a separate message sent on its official Twitter account.
In light of the spike in COVID-19 instances around the nation, CAA had earlier in June once more imposed this mask-wearing requirement.