'Finally, lock down message is anticipated in the Akufo-Addo's next address'
By OKKNEWS | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 11396 views
Finally, lock down message is being anticipated from the next address of the president of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellence Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. This is because, the rate at which the Coronavirus is spreading through the country is quite intimidating.
The cases of Covid-19 keep rising over and over, exponentially. The only way to help reduce the spread is to lock down the country for a while, just like it was done last year, which helped to reduce the spread.
According to the last update of the Ghana Health services on the Coronavirus disease, there are 7,572 active cases in the country now, 79,165 confirmed cases, 476 new cases and 568 'deaths' so far. There are 71,025 recoveries so far.
Ghanaians are finally anticipating a lock down message in Akufo-Addo's next address. If a lock down system is not introduced again, the spread of the Coronavirus will get out of hands.
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