Connect with us

Business

Gov’t Generates $37,050 From COVID-19 Test At KIA

Published

on

Gov't Generates $37,050 From COVID-19 Test At KIA
Gov't Generates $37,050 From COVID-19 Test At KIA

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-Aboagye, the Airport Health officials have so far conducted a total of 247 Covid-19 tests since the re-opening of the airport to travellers.

Read Also:  U-20 Afcon: Ghana Beat Cameroon On Penalty Shootout To Reach Semifinals

Giving the breakdown, Dr Kuma-Aboagye said 217 tests were conducted on day one of the reopening and 30 tests the following day.

Join our Telegram Group to get notified when LATEST NEWS IN GHANA & JOBS IN GHANA are posted. Click Here to Join EnewsGhana Website Telegram Group

Dr Kuma-Aboagye made the disclosure during a press conference by the Information Ministry on the status of Covid-19 cases in the country.

Read Also:  JUST IN: Kosta Papic Leaves Hearts of Oak Just After 3 Months In Charge

He, however, stated that none of the travellers 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.

Meanwhile, the total case count is 44, 713 with 43,557 recoveries and 280 deaths.

Want to receive daily Ghana News? Enter your email:

Read Also:  YOUTH IN AGRICULTURE POLICY: A gateway to curbing youth unemployment in Ghana

Delivered by FeedBurner

Share with Friends:

Follow US on Facebook

Africa Business Directory

Are you looking to increase your company's online presence in Africa? List your company on our No.1 business directory in Ghana & business directory in Africa as a whole on africabusinessfile.com.

Advertisement