Request for Information of Stranded Ghanaians
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
New updates from High Commission of Ghana
PANABIOS IMPLEMENTATION IN GHANA
The High Commision of the Republic of Ghana in New Delhi wishes to inform the general public that with effect from 21st April 2021, the Ministry of Health through the Ghana Health Service is implementing the digitization of Covid-19 test result for ease of verification prior to travel and upon arrival in Ghana. Read more PANABIOS IMPLEMENTATION IN GHANA.
Latest Updates : COVID-19
Updated Covid-19 Guideline For Kotoka International Airport (KIA)
Revision 11: Effective Date 28 March, 2022 at 0000 Hours(UTC)
All international passengers including those from the ECOWAS region, intending to fly to Ghana, will be required to be fully vaccinated.
Updated Covid-19 Guideline
REVIEW OF COVID-19 PROTOCOLS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAVELLERS
This current surge in COVID-19 cases is being reflected at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
Ghana Airport Guideline
Revision 3: Effective Date 16th November 2020 at 18:00 Hours(UTC).
Updated COVID-19 guideline for Kotoka International Airport (KIA) effective from 16th November 2020 at 18:00 Hours.
Third Evacuation Exercise
Reference the High Commission's public notice dated 2nd September, 2020
Arrange the following chartered flight to evacuate Ghanaian nationals stranded in India and nationals of other countries with Ghana residence permits and valid entry visas on the 20th September, 2020.
Public Notice 2 Sept 2020
The High Commission considering seeking approval from the Indian and Ghanaian authorities on a possible third evacuation exercise for stranded Ghanaian in India and other nationals who need to travel to Ghana, possibly on 20th September 2020Read more
Ghana borders are open from 1 Sept 2020
Guidelines for International flight operations on COVID-19 safety at the Kotoka International Airport.
Read carefully following Guideline Notice
Payment Notice 8 Aug 2020
Reference the High Commission's Public notice dated 1st August, 2020 ongoing plans to evacuate from India to Ghana. Evacuation flight from Delhi to Accra on 22nd August, 2020.Read more
Public Notice 1 Aug 2020
The High Commission is considering another evacuation exercise for stranded Ghanians in India and Indians with Ghana Resident Permits.Read more
Request for Information on Stranded Ghanaians in Indian.Read more
The High Commission wishes to inform that its has tasked M/S Satguru Travels and Tours Services Ltd. Accra/Delhi to arrange following avacuation chatter flight from Delhi to Accra on 17th July 2020.Read more
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HIGH COMMISSION STAFF
H.E Kwaku Asomah-Cheremeh
Minister / Head of
Mr. Ernest Nana
Political & Economic
Jennifer M. A. Ametewee
Mrs. Georgina Blankson
First Secretary /Administration
Third Secretary / Accounts
Air Commodore Augustine Alfred Appiah
WOI Joseph Buckman
WOI Patience Abla Dovlo Ansah
WOI Mabel Fiona Asimsagbo