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Two-week restrictions order in Accra and Kumasi begins Today

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Today, the stakes are high as Ghanaians begin a two-week partial lock-down to ensure the safety of residents.

The operation, dubbed ‘Operation COVID Safety’ has been described by the security personnel as a humanitarian exercise that seeks to protect the lives of citizens.

The President’s restrictions directive come on the back of pressure from groups such as the Ghana Medical Association, GMA, who say that the decision is in the best interest of all.

General Secretary, Dr. Justice Yankson in an interview with GBC’s Rebecca Ekpe pleads with Ghanaians to ensure that they comply with the protocols of the ‘stay at home order’ to ensure that the coronavirus is eliminated in Ghana.

The lockdown is expected to restrict movements in the Accra Metropolis, Tema Metropolis, Tema West, Kpone-Katamanso, Krowor, Ledzokuku, Adentan, Ashiaman, La-Nkwantanang, Madina, La-Dade-Kotopon, and Okaikwei North.

The rest are Ablekuma North, Ablekuma West, Ablekuma Central, Ayawaso East,

Ayawaso North, Ayawaso West, Ayawaso Central, Ga North, Ga West, Ga South, Ga Central, Ga East, Korle-Klottey, Weija/Gbawe, Awutu-Senya East.

In Kumasi and its peri-urban communities, the lockdown would affect the Kumasi Metropolis, Asokwa, Suame, Old Tafo, Oforikrom, Asokore Mampong, Kwadaso, Atwima Nwabiagya, Kwabre East, Ejisu, Afigya-Kwabre South, Bosomtwe, Atwima Kwanwoma, and Atwima Nwabiagya North

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