The President’s update number 25 came with many components, but there was this very statement he gave in his address which put most Ghanaians in a jubilant mood.
As usual he greeted Ghanaians and thanked them for welcoming him into their various homes. He started by updating Ghanaians on the number of active covid cases where he commended Ghanaians for adhering to the covid safety protocols hence the drastic fall in the active cases. But he confirmed despite the fall Ghanaians should still adhere to the protocols because the police will still deal with those who flaunts on these protocols.
He continued by revealing that the number of active cases is currently associated with the number of tested cases at the Kotoka international Airport, hence the mandatory covid test is still operational to help prevent any imported covid cases.
The president also assured Ghanaians that additional three hundred covid 19 vaccines are currently in the country which will be taken by those who had already taken their first shot after which arrangement will be made for the first timers to have their vaccination.
“Despite the numerous components in the President’s address yesterday, one particular message that most Ghanaians were jubilant on was the fact that he finally confirmed that arrangement is in place to give the green light for hotels, night clubs, pubs and funerals to be fully in operational after a long term ban”.
One major cry of Ghanaians especially those in the Hospitality industry and the entertainment industry was why the president would still impose bans on their operations while churches and schools were allowed to proceed. A lot of economist even attributed the current economic hardship to the ban on funerals and the hotel industry since to them it employs a chunk of people hence their ban had a negative toll on the general economy.
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