Woman who alleged antigen tests finished at KIA are fake has apologised.According to her, she turned into enlightened by using some fitness specialists on COVID-19 checking out .Over four hundred,000 passengers had been tested for COVID-19 at the KIA because it re-opened to international travels in September 2020 .
The controversial visitor who sparked unrest approximately the testing strategies at the Kotoka International Airport has rendered an apology for accusing the KIA of misconduct of the COVID-19 protocols, a file by means of Citi News has revealed.
US-based Ivy Ankrah allegedly examined wonderful on arrival in Ghana on July 28, 2021.
Expressing her displeasure in a 12-minute video that went viral on social media, she claimed the checks being achieved at the Airport had been fake, mentioning that there has been discrimination at KIA in which humans with foreign passports have been made to undergo obligatory isolation at a inn while tested high-quality on the way to take advantage of them
A launch by means of the Ghana Health Service, but, defined her utterances as “entirely fake.”
Ivy Ankrah has in another video, made a u-flip approximately her utterances pointing out that she sought training from some fitness personnel and “they said it's far possible that you could test inside 24 hours and nonetheless take a look at wonderful so I am here to say I am sorry.”
Former Deputy Health Minister, Dr Okoe-Boye, in a video, refuted the claims through Ivy Ankrah. The member of the government’s COVID-19 crew, in a video, laid out the protocols approaches at the KIA.
More than 400,000 passengers had been tested for COVID-19 on the KIA, upon arrival, since its re-opening to international journeying in September 2020.
Passengers are mandated to have with them a negative COVID-19 PCR check end result (not more than 72 hours) in English from an encouraged laboratory from their country of origin.
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