Chief Executive Officer of the Institute of Security, Disaster and Emergency Studies, Dr. Ishmael Norman says a complete lockdown would have been the best option to contribute to efforts of limiting movements aimed at containing the rapid spread of Covid-19 in the country.
Some videos making the rounds on social media and sighted by Prime News Ghana reveals that some military personnel who are part of the joint security task force, Operation Covid Safety are seen maltreating persons found flouting the Covid-19 lockdown directive.
NDC Parliamentary candidate for Nandom Constituency in the Upper West Region, Dr Richard Kuuire has donated some items to the Nandom District Health Directorate to fight the coronavirus pandemic today March 30 2020.
The Ghana Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists (GAMLS) has indicated that they are engaging government to recruit the over 2,000 qualified and licensed Medical Laboratory Science graduates in the country to come on board and support the Covid-19 fight.
Prof. Peter Quartey Director for Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research(ISSER) says the panic buying that climaxed the President's directive of a partial lockdown of Accra and Kumasi is clear evidence that many Ghanaians did not understand the directive.
After the announcement of a partial Covid-19 lockdown in Accra, Kasoa, Tema and Kumasi which begun today, March 30, 2020, and will last for two weeks, most people have rushed to the markets for some essentials products.