The Ghana Health Service says there are indications that Some of the Ghanaians who returned from Kuwait have tested positive for the coronavirus. The Director of Public Health at the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr Badu Sarkodie has revealed.
At a press briefing on Thursday morning, Dr. Badu Sarkodie, said “The people that came from Kuwait, we are following up, they have finished with the tests of all the people that they took samples. There are indications that some of them are positive, we will follow up this and when we have the full report, we will share these reports appropriately,”.
An initial test conducted by Kuwaiti health officials concluded that none of the deportees had contracted the virus, according to the Government of Ghana.
The returnees arrived in Ghana on May 23 via a chartered flight made available by the Kuwaiti Government. They are under a 14-day mandatory quarantine.