The Ghana Health Services have reported that some of the 200 citizens who returned to the country from Kuwait have tested positive for coronavirus. According to Dr. Badu Sarkodie the director of Public Health: “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 have tested positive. We will follow up and when we have the full report, we will share appropriately.”
The people returned to Ghana last week and were placed under 14-day mandatory quarantine. They were received at the Kotoka International Airport and have been under tight security since then.