According to the Ghana Airport Company Limited about 200 passengers on three separate flights successfully underwent COVID-19 tests at the Upper Arrival section of Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
The company revealed this in a Facebook post on Tuesday September 1,2020.
This comes after President Akufo-Addo gave the green light for the reopening of Ghana’s air borders effective September 1.
The company indicated in the post that, Members of the Ghana Airports Company Limited Board led by Madam Oboshie Sai Cofie,Chairperson, officials of the Ministries of Health and Aviation, Ghana Health Service and Ghana Civil Aviation Authority were in the terminal to witness the facilitation process.
Meanwhile, passengers entering Ghana will be required to pay an amount of US$150 for COVID-19 tests to be conducted.
Passengers will then proceed to the sampling cubicle for their samples to be taken before descending to the main arrival hall.
Below is the Post from GACL
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