Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo has declared plans to reopen the country’s air periphery.
In a speech broadcast on Sunday evening, his fifteenth update on the administration’s measures to combat the coronavirus, Mr. Akufo-Addo set September 1 as the potential date for the reopening of the country’s terminals.
As reported by the President, the Ministry of Aviation, Ghana Civil Aviation Authority and Ghana Airports Co. Ltd., have been working with the Ministry of Health and its organizations, to find out the status of the nation in order to resume its terminal.
“I want to make sure we are able to test every passenger who comes into the country to prevent the spread of the virus. The result of this exercise will show us the way and determine when we can reopen our border by air,” he said.
“I hope by the grace of God we will be ready to do this by September 1,Added the president.
Ghana’s universal fringes were closed to human trafficking on March 22, 2020, in an offer to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
In the meantime, the country’s tertiary foundations will resume on August 24.
“Through Internet learning entries, virtually all of the students who continue their studies at our colleges have completed their research for the school year, with the exception of the University of Cape Coast, the University of health and allied sciences, specialized colleges and some different schools. After extensive partner conferences, the choice was made to proceed with the sub-studies of these tertiary foundations to take advantage of the class on August 24 to complete their school year, ”he said.
Additionally, the president lifted restrictions on who can attend meetings subject to support for social separation, legitimate ventilation, and a two-hour limit for each meeting.
Ghana currently has 1,939 dynamic instances of COVID-19, out of a total of 42,532 enlisted. The disease has killed 231 people.