Covid-19: Ban on Public Gathering Extended To End Of May As Case Count Stands At 4,700


    President Akufo-Addo has extended the ban on public gathering in the country as confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Ghana rise to 4,700.

    The President in a Sunday night address warned people who violate the directive will be dealt with in accordance with the law.

    “Tonight I have come to your homes to announce that the ban on public gathering has been extended to the end of the month ie 31st of May,” he said in his 9th address to the nation as monitored by

    The extension comes in the wake of reports that religious leaders were persuading the President to lift the ban on public gathering.

    The President also reiterated the order for the closure of all borders to the country as means of containing the spread of the virus in the country.


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