Covid-19 as we know is a pandemic which means it is a world wide disease. It was first believed that it couldn't survive in African because of the temperature but it turns out it has affected African and it's economy as a whole to be precise Ghana.
Covid-19 lead to the general rapid inflation in Ghana which happens to be the highest inflation is Ghana's Economic sector where “Olunka" of Gari was sold for 20 cedis. Covid-19 led to the increase in inflation of from 7.5 to an estimated value of 8.5 in 2020.
This brought an regression in the economic growth of Ghana and therefore the inflation of goods shot up.
Here's the table consisting of inflation rate since 2015
Covid-19 led loses of Job and able men and therefore has decreased productivity in the Nation. The President of Ghana was awarded the best President to be able to curve the spread of the pandemic in his country. Business in Ghana is back to it's feet and still ongoing as the Pandemic vaccines are given out to the public.
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