Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has asked the Akufo Addo has advised Nana Addo to place a ban on social activities such as parties, church services and funerals following the increasing number of the coronavirus cases in the country which has now become a National crisis.

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This message from the GMA was passed onto the government in a statement which the medical body released on Monday, January 25, 2020.

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In the press statement, the medical association didn’t beat around the bush in telling Nana Addo to restrict socail activities once again.

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A part of the statement reads;



The market should be regulated and as much as possible restricted,” the GMA’s statement signed by its President Dr Frank Ankobea and General Secretary, Dr Justice Yankson said among other things.

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The GMA further asked the government to also limit the number of people who will attend the funeral ceremony of late former President Jerry John Rawlings due to the increasing cases of the coronavirus infection in the country.


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It said persons should rather be encouraged to watch proceedings on televisions and other new platforms.


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The government should restrict the number of people attending the state funeral of the late H.E Jerry John Rawlings and rather encourage people to follow proceedings on Television and other news media platforms.


Meanwhile, Ghana’s information minister, Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah who is also Member of Parliament for Ofoase Ayirebi has also hinted on a possible second lockdown.


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