Dr Bernard Okoe -Boye, a deputy Minister for Health has indicated that Ghana has recorded six new cases of coronavirus at the Kotoka International Airport. Since the country reopened her airport on September 1.
Giving details of the airport situation, Dr-Okoe Boye explained that the first case was recorded on Friday, two cases on Saturday and three cases on sunday.
He added that the individuals involved had reported with a negative PCR test from their country of origin as the president directed in his 16th televised address to the nation but tested positive after a second test was conducted in the country.
International travelers are required to pay US$150 for a covid 19 antigen test at the airport.