Airlines that brings unvaccinated persons to Ghana to pay $3,500 per passenger

Effective Tuesday, December 14, 2021, persons flying in and out of the country are to be fully vaccinated and to strictly follow the new guidelines for both self-preservation and the protection of the larger society.

The new guidelines by the Ghana Health Service and the Aviation Authority have warned that airlines that bring in travellers that are not fully vaccinated would be made to pay U$3,500 per passenger.

Aside from that Airlines which board passengers without PCR test results, or transport and disembark passengers with Positive PCR test results into Accra will also be fined US$3,500 per passenger.


The guidelines forms part of measures to prevent the impirtantion of virus especially the Omicron variant.

The new guidelines further explains that Ghanaian passengers will be allowed entry but subject to 14 days of mandatory quarantine at a designated facility.

Meanwhile, no airline is allowed to bring passengers into Ghana without first pre-validating their TT code (received from a TT lab) or TC issued online after a genuine PCR test result has been uploaded and analyzed using the PanaBIOS or Global Haven software.

Failure to adhere to this directive would incur a surcharge of US$3,500 per passenger.

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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