Health & Lifestyle

All of Ghana’s borders – land, sea and air – have been closed to all forms of human traffic for the next two weeks, effective from midnight Sunday into Monday.

President Akufo-Addo yesterday urged Ghanaians to seek the face of God, following the arrival of the coronavirus disease and the spread of the pandemic in the country, saying what is happening at the moment is not ordinary.

Members of the public have been cautioned against using the locally brewed alcoholic beverage akpeteshie as a preventive tool to protect themselves against contracting the coronavirus.

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