Greater Accra Regional Security Council(REGSEC) has Instituted some
measures to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus in Ghana’s
Ghana has recorded 1,154 positive cases of COVID-19 with nine deaths
and experts say the country will record more numbers in the coming days
health protocols outlined by the World Health Organization (WHO) are not
strictly adhered to.
In order not to spread the disease after the President ended the
partial lockdown, the Greater Accra Regional Security Council is
enforcing the compulsory wearing or face masks by residents.
Among other things, a statement from the REGSEC and copied to Hotstoriesgh.com
said the wearing of face masks has been made compulsory. The statement
said notices of “No Face Mask No Entry” will be placed at vantage points
in offices, shops, markets, malls, banks, pharmacies in order to drum
home the need for people to wear facemaks.
Also, the REGSEC mentioned that there will be a temporary ban on some
special market days adding that Satellite markets will be created to
decongest the markets and ensure that all social distancing protocols
In the transport sector, The Greater Accra Regional REGSEC ,
mentioned that Drivers are to ensure that each of their passengers use a
Face mask before they board their vehicles.
Ghana is working hard to avoid the spread of the deadly coronavirus as the country’s death toll stands at 9.