The borders were closed in March 2020 as the country took steps to combat the coronavirus.
Ghana has extended the closures of its borders by an additional one month.
President Nana Akufo-Addo made the announcement on Friday, May 1, 2020, in a televised address to Ghanaian workers on May Day.
The extension is to take effect from May 4, 2020, he says.
All borders – land, air, and sea remain closed to passengers.
The President the extension is to enable the country contain the coronavirus.
Ghana now has 2,074 confirmed cases of coronavirus, and has recorded 17 deaths related to the virus.