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No Church, Mosque, Market & Bank Should Open from Tomorrow till They All Get Vaccinated (OPINION)

No Church, Mosque, Market & Bank Should Open from Tomorrow till They All Get Vaccinated (OPINION)

Good day to you all and trust our day is going smooth. To start with, I will advice we click the like and follow button so as to get more information from me. The purpose of writing this article is to share my knowledge with you.

It is no longer a news that Ghana received their first coronavirus vaccine recently and the Ministry of Health is working on a perfect plan on how to vaccinate the whole citizen. As we also know that the Ministry of Health mandated 2nd March as the day to kick start the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. The President of the nation is the first citizen to be vaccinated while government officials and citizens follow.

However, as a means to prevent the further spread of the deadly virus, I will like to suggest that no church, mosque, market and bank should open from tomorrow till they all get vaccinated.

Things have to be done in an orderly manner to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. We should note that some citizens might choose not to take the vaccine and before the government can agree with them, they are to sign a certain form to indicate that “they are on their own". And those set of citizens should note that they will be restricted to some certain things.

All public and private places are not safe, we just have to ensure we keep to the laid down COVID-19 protocols by using our face masks, hand sanitizer, washing of hands regularly and so on.

All my readers should also note that this is purely the writer's opinion and you are also pen down your opinions via the comment section if you have a contrary opinion.

Having read it all, what do you think?

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