Ghanaian citizens who are stranded in the United Kingdom will be evacuated on 17 June 2020.

The Ghana Missions in the UK announced this in a statement setting out evacuation guidelines.

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Prospective evacuees are asked to pay negotiating rates to the airline that will move them to Ghana.

The statement stated that those who meet the mission requirements would be contacted by the airline.

Passengers who already have KLM or Airfrance return tickets can use their tickets for the flights.

“These passengers must show copies of flight tickets back to KLM,” the statement said.

Interested applicants are instructed to “wear the appropriate PPE, ie Face masks before boarding the aircraft.”

Temperature checks will be carried out before the returnees board the plane.

Returnees will also bear mandatory 14-day quarantine costs with “the possibility of extension up to 21 days depending on each case”.

Ghana’s borders have been closed indefinitely to stop coronavirus disease from entering the country.

President Nana Akufo-Addo in his last address to the nation revealed that his government had taken steps to evacuate Ghanaians who have been stranded abroad due to the closure of international borders.

Returnees will undergo 14-days mandatory quarantine and other security protocols

He announced that evacuated people would be forced to undergo mandatory quarantine and other security protocols.

“Our air, land and sea borders are still closed to human passage. However, If there are Ghanaians stranded abroad, they will be given special rations for their evacuation to Ghana, where they will be subject to mandatory quarantine and security protocols,” he said.”

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