COVID-19: First African Country To Have Closed Its Airport, Resume Domestic Airline Operations

Ghana shut its air terminal (Kotoka International Airport) to voyagers during the beginning periods of the pandemic, coronavirus to battle the spread of the infection.

For at some point now, there were no activities going on at the air terminal, however the restrictions have been evacuated.

The Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) has resumed domestic flight operations, after the entire spot was purified by the Disinfection Team of Zoomlion Group, Ghan.

The Ghana Airport Company Limited was shut because of the episode of the coronavirus (COVID-19), aside from exceptional flights that were clearing travelers from various countries under the consent of the President, Nana Akufo-Addo.

The resumption of operations would guarantee all the vital precautionary steps that are set up to control the spread of the infection.

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