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FOUR REGIONS TO BE ON PARTIAL LOCKDOWN DUE TO CORONAVIRUS RISE IN GHANA


Ghana’s case load passed the 21, 000 mark on the 8th day of July 2020 as president Akufo-Addo addressed the nation lifting conditionally a raft of restrictions few days ago.

Schools resumed in mid-June, religious places reopened  with strict conditions and the observance of health protocols. Social gatherings are to be allowed under certain conditions.

The address, the tenth by the president, also spelled out measures that government was putting in place to curb the spread of the virus. “Consensus from stakeholder consultation recommend a phased approach to easing anti Covid-19 restrictions,” he said.

Since we are attributed to news breaking and giving latest updates, four regions are said to be on lockdown following the rate at which these said regions keep recording higher cases as each day passes.

It is said that Greater Accra, Ashanti, Western and Central region might go on partial lockdown for the fact that these four regions mostly comes first with the most recorded cases respectively.

As we speak now, Greater Accra leads the all the all the 16 with over 10,000 cases followed by Ashanti region, Western and Central.

Although people finds it difficult to cope with lockdown measure,the only option left now to put the deadly virus under control is to put the hotspot regions on lockdown partially as the Minister of Information recently hinted.

The Information Minister has said the reason for imposing the partial lockdown restrictions in the 4 regions was to carry out enhanced contact tracing and testing activities to determine the infection rate of Covid-19.

Meanwhile,it is not all confirmed that only four regions will be locked, it can be more or less, thus, we urge you to keeping visiting Samruk for more latest news updates in Ghana and from around the world.


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