Government has actually generated a total of $37,050 from Covid-19 screening of travelers coming into Ghana since reopening the Kotoka International Airport Terminal (KIA) on September 1.
According to the Director-General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Patrick Kuma-Aboagye, the Airport Health officials have up until now conducted an overall of 247 Covid-19 examinations because the re-opening of the airport terminal to travelers.
Providing the breakdown, Dr Kuma-Aboagye said 217 tests were conducted on day one of the reopening and 30 tests the following day.
Dr Kuma-Aboagye made the disclosure during an interview by the Information Ministry on the condition of Covid-19 instances in the country which was monitored by GhanaWaves.
He, nevertheless, specified that none of the visitors have evaluated positive for Covid-19.
Speaking on the status of the country’s Covid-19, the GHS Director-General said the nation’s active cases have actually dramatically lowered to 856.
Meanwhile, the overall situation count is 44,713 with 43,557 healings as well as 280 fatalities.
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