The administration of the Ghana Airports Company (GAC) has advised carriers to cling carefully to the COVID-19 wellbeing conventions by flying just travelers with a COVID-19 negative PCR test result from a licensed research center in the nation of inception to the Kotoka International Airport (KIA), Ghana.
As indicated by the administration of GAC, aircrafts who permit travelers without PCR test results or move and land travelers with positive PCR test brings about Accra will be fined US$3,500 per traveler.
This is among numerous rules given by KIA and expected to produce results from 8 February 2021.
Non-Ghanaians who are COVID-19 positive, as per GAC, might be denied section and gotten back to the point of embarkation at an expense to the aircraft while Ghanaians will be permitted passage however subject to 14 days of required isolate at an assigned office.
Additionally, among the new rules, showing up travelers will go through temperature screening and Ghanaian occupants who withdraw Ghana and return inside multi week won't be needed to introduce a COVID-19 outcome from the nation of takeoff.
They will, nonetheless, go through compulsory COVID-19 testing upon appearance in Ghana.
Besides, travelers will be exposed to a compulsory COVID-19 test at the air terminal at an expense to be borne by the traveler.
This comes as the nation has affirmed 772 new COVID-19 cases, taking the dynamic caseload to 5,515 as of Tuesday, 2 February 2021.
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