The President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo has said that the country’s borders will still remain closed for the next one month.
Government closed the borders of the country for two weeks after Ghana recorded its first two cases of Covid-19 on March 22,2020.
As part of the measures taken by government to curtail the spread of Coronavirus, the closure was extended twice – two weeks each with the last one expected to end on Sunday, May 3.
President addressing Ghanaian workers on May Day, extended the closure of the borders by one month.
“Government has taken the decision to extend further the closure of our borders for a month effective 1:00 am Monday, 4th May to Sunday 31st of May.”
The President revealed that majority of the cases recorded came in from “travellers or contact of travellers”.
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