The 500 citizens who tested negative in mandatory quarantine released

Ghana’s man of the moment has been doing incredibly well with his information in this Lock-down period Information Minister, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has verbally stated they have begin an exercise that will see people held in mandatory quarantine but tested negative for the corona virus being has gone back home to reunite with families. He positively added.

And people are happy going home, according to Hon Oppong Nkrumah, this follows a re-testing of their samples for the virus.

Godwiling “Today and tomorrow we are starting a strong exercise to take home our colleagues who have been in mandatory quarantine for the last 14 days and who tested negative after both tests.” He tweeted. Which was monitored by

On a press brief on Friday, Hon Oppong Nkrumah had announced that about 500 persons out of the 950 people who tested negative in mandatory quarantine are being retested so the there is a big possibility they will would be allowed to go home.

Strong total number of 1,030 people were on mandatory quarantine out of which 80 citizens who were tested positive for the virus.

In his Tweet the update, the Information Minister also said proper measures have been put in place to ensure safe exit out of Accra for those who stay outside the locked-down area. He added.



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