The police in Accra have impounded over 100 motorbikes because they failed to observe the social distancing protocols.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, President Akufo-Addo directed that drivers and motor riders reduce the number of passengers they transport at a time to help observe social distancing protocols to minimize the risk of infection in public transport.
DSP Afia Tenge who is the PRO for the Accra Regional Police Command says the exercise has not ended and they are likely to impound more motorbikes before the day ends.
Ms Tenge went on to explain how riders who have had their bikes seized can retrieve them.
Government is continuing with measures to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Today the Greater Accra Regional Security Council (REGSEC) has now made wearing of face/nose mask in public compulsory to all in the region.
They have also placed a temporal ban on 'Special market days' in the region and will also set up satellite markets all in the bid to ensure there is social distancing.