The Daily Graphic discusses the Ghana Health Service’s warning that the country risks a second wave of the coronavirus disease due to non-compliance with safety protocols. In the view of the Paper, it is important that public education is vigorously stepped up with all stakeholders on board to create the needed awareness of the need to adhere to the safety protocols. The paper believes President Akufo-Addo has done his best in the fight against the disease and as citizens, Ghanaians must not allow all these efforts to go waste as a result of complacency. The Graphic, therefore, calls on all to strictly follow the laid down protocols to ensure that the cases go down and the country attains the zero active case target.
The Ghanaian Times discusses the US elections. The Paper says it has no doubt that the US has the capacity to hold a credible election, something they have done for many decades. The Paper believes many countries look up to America and compares its democratic tenets to their back home. As such, a disputed election in the US is likely to send wrong signals across the world and this is where America dare not fail. The Paper wished the US well in its election and hoped that the better candidate and the rightful choice of the people became the next leader of the country.