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UK to accept Ghana’s Covid-19 vaccine certificates from Oct. 11

Ghanaians travelling to the United Kingdom have been exempted from the new Covid-19 travel directives regarding vaccine certificates which took effect on October 4.

This follows the public resentment that greeted the UK’s travel advisory that included Ghana, among countries whose vaccine certificates would not be recognised.

In a post on Instagram, the British High Commission wrote “ANNOUNCEMENT 📣 The UK will now recognise vaccine certificates issued in Ghana for Ghanaian’s fully-vaccinated with #AstraZeneca, #Pfizer, #Moderna, #johnsonandjohnson vaccines visiting the U.K.”

In the latest list published on the government’s website, the UK stated that Ghana will be added to the number of countries and territories with approved proof of vaccination at 4:00 am on Monday, October 11.

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