Ghana Borders remain closed – Minister of Aviation clarifies rumors

The Ministry of Aviation has debunked claims that Ghana’s border entry points will be reopened next week. They have labelled the suggestions as false, and urged that they be disregarded by the public.

The Ministry of Aviation has debunked claims that Ghana’s border entry points will be reopened next week. They have labelled the suggestions as false, and urged that they be disregarded by the public.

Background

President Akufo-Addo, earlier in May this year announced an indefinite extension of the closure of the country’s borders to human traffic as a result of the persistent spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

At the present, only domestic flight operations are ongoing at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) as announced by the Aviation Ministry on May, 1 2020 following the adoption of safety measures amongst other protocols developed to guide operators of domestic flights to contain the spread of coronavirus on-board flights.

 

Source: ghanaweb.com

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