Landlords and property owners have been urged to provide information on all their tenants who traveled into the country between March 3and 23, 2020.
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The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) in a statement of Thursday, April 02, pleaded with landlords to furnish authorities with the required information so as to enable them effectively and efficiently identify such individuals through contact tracing for the Ghana Health Service to assess and manage them in the wake of the fight against coronavirus in the country.
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“Failure to adhere to this directive and found culpable will attract severe sanctions in accordance with the laws of the country,” the GIS said in a statement signed by Head of Public Affairs Supt. Michael Amoako-Atta.
The statement further assured the general public that it will continue to take initiatives aimed at enforcing directives by relevant authorities to combat the deadly virus.
The GIS can be reached through phone numbers: 0291502110, 0291502169, 0291502257 and 0291502253.
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YEN earlier reported that Ghana's confirmed coronavirus cases have lept to a total of 204 as of Thursday, April 2, 2020.
This was confirmed by the Disease Surveillance Department of the Ghana Health Service (GHS).
This means that nine more cases have been recorded since the last update of 195 three days ago.
YEN.com.gh has also compiled a list of companies and individuals who have contributed to the COVID-19 Fund so far.
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