Kojo Oppong Nkrumah the Information Minister-designate, has said that if the Coronavirus infection in Ghana continues, the President is likely to lockdown the country for better.
Ghana has recorded over 3,280 active cases of the coronavirus as of Monday, January 25, according to the Ghana Health Service (GHS) and the death toll is now 367.
Meanwhile, the country has recorded a total of 60,794 cases with 57,141 recoveries and discharges.
Addressing the media on Monday, January 25, Mr. Oppong Nkrumah said “There is a possibility of a lockdown and other restrictions. If this trend continues, then yes that is where we are heading.
“I have to be very clear on that one that more restrictions could be introduced if this trend continues. We are being reminded that we all need to be doing the things we were doing, in the beginning, to ensure that this third rise is quickly dealt with because the dynamics of this third rise appear to be different from the first one.
“So especially if these numbers go up this way then just like the President himself articulated, then we are heading for more restrictions even if it means reviewing some Legal Instruments, yes that is where we will be heading.” He said
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