No church should accommodate more than 100 members in this Easter season –Ghana Police Service
The Ghana Police Service (GPS) have cautioned the public to adhere to the Covid-19 protocols during the Easter festivities.
According to the service, they would strictly enforce the law to ensure that the public is protected from any further spread of the deadly virus.
In a press release issued and signed by Superintendent Mrs Sheila Kessie Abayie Buckman, Director of Public Affairs Unit of GPS, the Service per its mandate, will provide adequate security throughout the easter period and beyond
She therefore appeals to the general public to abide by the restrictions imposed by the President,
According to the release, Churches, Mosques and religious bodies are expected to hold services not beyond two hours for 100 participants maximum only, observing all other Covid-19 protocols. Conventions, crusades, pilgrimages and such large physical gatherings are not allowed.”
The release said the hosting of any carnival, festival, beach gathering, street dances, procession, parades and such events will be illegal. Night clubs are banned from operating as well as cinemas and movie houses. All activities of “closed room” bar or pub including those in hotels remain illegal.
However, open-air drinking spots may operate provided that they observe all other COVID-19 protocols.