COVID-19 Worldwide cases has already passed 100 million, and the government has been awaken to fight the Covid-19 virus with their full authority they have
The Covid-19 new variant which is more deadly has awaken the 'sleeping' government as many have described, to begin aggressive enforcement of the safety protocols including several arrests of persons without nose masks in public places.
Prez Akufo-Addo make the announcement as part of the COVID-19 updates during the 23rd address to the nation,
Placing indefinite ban on funerals, weddings, concerts, theatrical performances and parties until further notice.
And also setting up limit for private burials not more than 25 people: which means only 25 people should attend.
And also during the speech of Prez Akufo-Addo in the 23rd address to the nation, he reveals that hospitals in Ghana are full, because of the average daily infection rates is now increasing in a speed rates.
And also the Ghana Health Service (GHS) revealed a cases of thirty six (36) Covid-19 was recorded among students in the Central Region.
Because of the increasing of the covid-19 cases, the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) also proposed for schools in the country to be shut down in order to control the rising spread of Coronavirus in the country.
The call comes in the wake of increasing fatalities among COVID patients in the country.
And also the Ghana parliament was suspended for three weeks because of the increasing of coronavirus cases among lawmakers and staff.
While 17 MPs and 151 staff was already infected by the Covid-19 virus.
The speaker Alban Bagbin gives the announcement on Tuesday saying, the number of MPs that has catch the has now reach 17 while the other staff have increase to 151 cases now.
And because of the raising cases of the coronavirus force parliament to reduce their sittings to Tuesdays and Thursdays, and this will be only permitted to MPs and staff that will be needed in parliament.
The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin say, sittings will be resume on March 2 of next month.
To the rising in the COVID-19 cases, the President of the Republic of Ghana, Prez Akufo-Addo have already instructed the Inspector General of Police to direct officers, both men and women of the Police Service to ensure the rigorous enforcement of the law on mask wearing at all public places and in public transport.
And also the COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.
Suspension of the 64th Independence - anniversary Parade
Management is in receipt of a letter dated 11 February, 2021 from the office of the chief of staff, H.E the President of the Republic directing the suspension of this year's 6th March celebration and all its related activities in the Regions, Metropolitan/Municipal/District Assemblies across the country due to the high prevalence rate of COVID-19 cases in the country.
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