Gov’t sets date to evacuate Ghanaians in US

The government will evacuate stranded Ghanaians in the United Staes (US) who are registered with the Consulate-General on June 25.

In a letter issued by the Consulate General in New York; it outlined evacuation plans with the flight taking off from the Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey.

“The airfare for the flight is $1,350 for Economy Class and $2,840 for Business Class. Two pieces of luggage of 50lbs or 22 kilos per passenger will be allowed.

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“There will be a pre-boarding screening for all evacuees before departure; and evacuees will be required to provide their own Personal Protective Equipment, for example face mask,” it said.

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