Easter In Covid-19: Ghana Police Bans Air-conditioner Auditoriums Ahead of Easter Conventions in Ghana
The Ghana Police Service has introduced and imposed new restrictions for all Religious bodies in Ghana ahead of Easter festive celebrations in Ghana amid Covid-19 pandemic.
The Ghana Police has also banned the use of air conditioners in places of worship ahead of Easter
According to the Ghana Police the churches and other Religious bodies must use a place of fresh air ventilation.
Although the covid-19 cases in Ghana has reached a stable level – thanks to the nationwide vaccination program, the Ghana Police Service believe that the battle against the virus is not over yet.
In a press statement, the Ghana Police remained all the churches in Ghana to not go beyond the two hours apportioned time for all their services.
According to the Director of Public Affairs, Sheilla Kessie Abayie-Buckman, all persons who visit the church or mosque must have their names and contact details registered by the church or mosque they visit.
Meanwhile, President Nana Akufo-Addo has given the assurance that the government is working hard to purchase some 42 million additional COVID-19 doses by the close of 2021.