Bloom Bar, Purple Pub & others to bounce back to business; Tourism Authority gives go-ahead

Bloom Bar, Purple Pub & others to bounce back to business; Tourism Authority gives go-ahead

- The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) has stated that restaurants, hotels, drinking bars, and all other food chain suppliers can resume work

- Only night clubs cannot operate at the moment

- According to the GTA, the reopening follows President Nana Akufo-Addo’s nation address on Sunday, May 10, 2020

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The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) has stated that restaurants, hotels, drinking bars, and all other food chain suppliers can resume work.

In a statement issued except by the GTA, only night clubs cannot operate at the moment as all those opening are to observe appropraite social distancing

According to the GTA, the reopening follows President Nana Akufo-Addo’s nation address on Sunday.

Bloombar, Purple pub to bounce back to business; Tourism authority gives go-ahead

Bars, Hotels and restaurants to begin operation Source: UGC
Source: UGC

However, the GTA outlined guidelines to curb the possible spread of the coronavirus disease as the hospitality industry reopens.

It added the facilities can have sit-ins and delivery services while ensuring they abide by the precautionary measures.

It urged management to ensure all staff and other workplace protocols are in place to guarantee the safety of workers and patrons.

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