The Ghana Health Service has advised Ghanaians to suspend non-essential travels to areas such as Asia and South America, which have recorded a spike in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the past few days.
A statement issued by the Service urged individuals and groups to adhere to the safety protocols, should there be the need to travel outside the country.
It adds that only test results or certificates bearing trusted travel or biomars codes will be considered valid for travel out of Ghana.
Travelers arriving in Ghana are to use a tool made available through the UNDP-supported global haven partnership from the website for COVID-19 PCR test results certificate verification.
Meanwhile, all arriving passengers who test negative for COVID-19 at the airport are encouraged to self-isolate for ten (10) days.
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— Ministry of Health, Ghana (@mohgovgh) April 29, 2021