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Emirates cancels Accra-Dubai flights over rise in Covid cases

Emirates Airlines has extended the initial 48-hours ban for flights from Accra to Dubai indefinitely.

“Emirates flight suspension from Accra to Dubai effective December 27, 2021, is now extended until further notice,” the airline said in its urgent broadcast sent to trade partners on Tuesday, December 28, 2021.

The airline, however, said Dubai to Accra flights will, however, continue for passengers holding confirmed bookings and meeting the entry requirements for Accra.

The carriage of passengers to and from Abidjan has also been suspended.

Reports indicate that is it due to the rising number of positive COVID-19 cases recorded on outbound flights arriving in Dubai from Accra and Abidjan.

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The country’s active cases now stand at 8,554.

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