Coronavirus: Foreigner sacked from Ghanaian shop after refusing to use sanitiser

Coronavirus: Foreigner sacked from Ghanaian shop after refusing to use sanitiser

- A white lady has been sacked from a supermarket for refusing to clean her hands before entry

- The lady refused to use hand sanitiser provided by the supermarket to curb the Coronavirus scare

- A video of the incident has popped up on social media and it is fast going viral

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A foreigner in Ghana suffered an embarrassing moment after she refused to follow personal hygiene protocols at a supermarket.

Coronavirus: Foreigner sacked from Ghanaian shop after refusing to use sanitiser

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The foreigner, a woman to be precise, was sacked from the supermarket for refusing to use hand sanitiser provided for her.

Following the first incidence of Coronavirus in Ghana, there have been calls for improved personal hygiene practices.

President Nana Akufo-Addo, in an address to the nation on Sunday, March 15, 2020, directed that public businesses like supermarkets provide sanitisers and handwashing items for customers.

But, according to information gathered by YEN.com.gh, the lady refused to use the sanitiser provided by the supermarket.

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As if that was not alarming enough, she went about touching items in the supermarket which got the attendant to approach.

After proving adamant the attendant ordered for her to be taken out of the shop.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the woman was seen being dragged out by the security man on duty while she resisted saying it was against the law.

But the attendant shouted back at her saying this is Ghana while the security man successfully removed her from the supermarket.

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The incident is believed to have happened in Accra.

Meanwhile, Ghana has confirmed its seventh Coronavirus case on Tuesday, March 17, 2020

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