The government has announced the re-opening of Ghana’s land borders after two years of closure.
This will allow for the flow of human traffic through neighboring countries after they were closed in March 2020.
The decision was meant to be a measure to reduce the spread of the Covid-19 virus in the country.
Between the period and now, there have been three waves of the pandemic in Ghana.
However, the rate of infection has substantially slowed with active cases reduced with air borders already reopened.
The Information Ministry hinted at the possible reversal restrictions at the country’s land borders after President Akufo-Addo concluded a series of meetings to ensure the said intention’s actualization.
During his latest address on the measures taken against the pandemic on Sunday, the President also urged Ghanaians to adhere to the health protocols to prevent another surge in the country’s case count.
These include compliance with social distances, avoiding large gatherings, and wearing facemasks.
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Source: Kenneth Awotwe Darko