Health professionals, including Ghana Medical Association, economists, Trade Union Congress (TUC), among other professionals, have called on the government to issue a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
According to these stakeholders, the total lockdown will be in the best interest of Ghanaians as there are inadequate health facilities to tackle the virus which is fast spreading.
These calls for a total lockdown mean that people must stay in their homes till further notice in a bid to protect themselves from contracting the virus whiles government embarks on an intensive disinfection exercise in the country, among other pragmatic measures to bring the situation under control.’
Although, some dignitaries including Peace FM’s Kwame Sefa kayi have rejected the idea of lockdown, but from the look of things, the unexpected – lockdown – is bound to happen considering the content of the document you are about to read.
Check out the official documents from gov’t instructing Ghana police on how to go about the Pending lockdown.