Land and sea borders still remain closed until further notice,President Akufo Addo has announced.Ghana's borders were closed on Sunday, March 22, 2020, to fight the spread of the coronavirus.
Measures on air travel were eased in the President's previous address,opening the Kotoka International Airport to air traffic with a COVID-19 test of $150 for every passenger.
Meanwhile,in his 17th address to the nation on measures to combat the spread of COVID 19,President Nana Addo maintained that Ghana's land and sea borders are to remain closed until further notice.
''Our borders, by land and sea, will remain closed to human traffic until further notice. Beaches, pubs, cinemas and nightclubs remain closed until further notice. All other institutions that have been cleared to function are to continue to do so in strict adherence to the COVID-19 protocols''.
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