Covid-19: Partial Lock Down Lifted In Ghana (Read More)

The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo has lifted restrictions imposed on the movement of persons within Greater Accra, Kasoa, Kumasi and some parts of the country.

Addressing the nation in a televised broadcast today, Sunday April 19, the President said the decision which takes effect from Monday April 20 from 1am, follows achievements made with aggressive contact tracing and enhanced testing capacities making it possible to contain the spread. The initial two-week restrictions imposed on these areas saw a further seven days extension as the nation waited for test results from some 14,000 samples taken, the President stated in his last address to the nation.

The country’s borders remain closed for another 2 weeks. Also, the ban on social gatherings, schools, including religious gatherings as well as the strict adherence social distancing protocol, remain in place, the President said.

Ghana’s current cases : 1042 



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