As part of the President Akufo-Addo’s 13th Address to the nation on measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus, the President said government will continue to engage stakeholders in easing the Covid-19 restrictions.
In fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, some restrictions were imposed on the citizens of Ghana in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Among these restrictions are ;
Beginning June 5, restaurants may reopen with appropriate social distancing precautions, and conferences, workshops, weddings, and private burials will be permitted with a maximum attendance of 100 persons.
· Religious services may take place at 25 percent attendance, or a maximum of 100 attendees, beginning June 5.
· Junior and senior high schools and universities will reopen for final year students on a phased schedule starting June 15. Final year university students are to report to their universities on June 15. Final year senior high school (SHS 3) students and SHS 2 Gold Track students must report on June 22, and final year junior high school (JHS 3) students must report on June 29.
· Large sporting events, political rallies, festivals, and religious events remain suspended until July 31. Nightclubs, bars, beaches, and cinemas will also remain closed during that time.