COVID-19: Ghana Begins Lockdown Today – Country Looks Very Calm

To stop the spread of Coronavirus, the government of Ghana declared 14-days lockdown on Friday 27th March, 2020 with certain regions being vigorously influenced.

The lockdown which starts today, 30th March, 2020 has nobody in the city of the selected areas as individuals are rare in various urban areas of the Country.

After the declaration of the Lockdown, many people griped about the short notification of the ‘stay home’ as they may need to go out to shop before that ‘day’ comes.

Despite the fact that the announcement by the President Nana Akuffo-Addo was without a long notification, most of the people had the option to do some shopping with the urban communities being extremely occupied with thousands of people during the two day interim period.

With such dangerous nature of this infection, you don’t anticipate that the government to coddle the issue but rather go the hard way possible to save the lives of the people.

Ghanaians who are normally a listening masses have complied with the rule with everybody indoors. Prior to the announcement of the lockdown, the number of people being infected by the infection was bit by bit increasing in spite of the fact that it is speedily growing as other countries. The government of Ghana immediately announced closure all things schools, markets, working environments and other gathering institutions.

After this, the country despite everything saw that the number continued increasing significantly after a national fasting and prayer session was announced for each and every citizen to be a part. The government after a few calls from different institutions and Individuals to lockdown, did just that to help stop the spread.

Ghana isn’t the only country to have Lockdown but numerous countries around the globe who have high pace of the contamination have all locked down with prompt impact.

Ghana’s infected and affirmed cases is 137.

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