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GHANA ENDS MANDATORY FACE MASK WEARING IN PUBLIC

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Ghana has removed the mandatory requirement for face masks to be worn in public.


President Nana Akufo-Addo who made the announcement yesterday, cited a sustained drop in Covid infections in Ghana and neighboring countries.


The president also scrapped the requirement for negative PCR tests for fully vaccinated travelers arriving in the country through the Kotoka International Airport in Accra from today but also encouraged Ghanaians to continue observing enhanced hand hygiene practices and avoid overcrowded places.


Ghana joins dozens of African countries that have eased most Covid containment measures despite the World Health Organization warning last week that the restrictions were being lifted too soon.

Written by: Oluwapelumi Tutugbuwa

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