Government has generated a total of $37,050 from Covid-19 testing of travellers coming into Ghana since reopening the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) on September 1.
According to the Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Patrick Kuma-Aboagya, the Airport Health Officials have so far conducted a total of 247 covid-19 tests since the reopening of the airport to travelers.
Giving the breakdown, Dr Kuma Aboagye said 217 tests were conduct on day one of the reopening and 30 tests the following.
He, however, stated that none of the travelers have tested positive for Covid-19.
Speaking on the status of the country’s Covid-19,the GHS Director General said the country’s active cases have drastically reduced to 856.