- President Akufo-Addo says Ghana’s borders remain closed
- All the borders by land, sea, and air will remain closed till further notice
- He said the borders will be opened only when the government feels it is time to do so
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President Akufo-Addo has said that Ghana’s borders will remain closed till further notice.
He said this is being done for the safety of Ghanaians and for the effective management of the coronavirus cases that already exist in the country.
The president also said the borders will only be opened at a time the government feels it is safe to do so.
He revealed this in his 10th address to the nation monitored by YEN.com.gh on TV3 on the night of Sunday, May 31, 2020.
The president also eased the restrictions on public gathering.
According to him, worshippers could not go to worship in the churches and mosque, however, they must observe the social distancing protocols.
Akufo-Addo also said schools will be reopened for all final year students to go back and complete.
He mentioned that teachers and other caretakers would be provided with reusable nose masks to keep safe.
The president also said restaurants and other public eateries can operate, and yet again, they must observe hygienic practices and social distancing rules.
He warned, however, that any institution that violates any of the rules will be clamped down.