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BAGHDAD, March 7: Iraq is pressing ahead with plans to lift COVID-19 restrictions next month, including allowing nationals and foreigners alike to travel without the need to get a PCR test, its health ministry said on Monday. As of April 1, a vaccination certificate is still a prerequisite for travel to and from Iraq, while schools nationwide will open for in-person learning, according to a ministry statement. It went on to urge compliance with established health protocols aiming to halt the spread of the virus.(KUNA)