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Two cargo vehicles with coronavirus passengers intercepted in Oti Region

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Two cargo vehicles with coronavirus passengers intercepted in Oti Region

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) a week ago blocked two load vehicles that had locally available a sum of 67 travelers, out of whom 17 tried positive for coronavirus.

The vehicles were caught in the Oti Region, absolutely in Nkwanta.

This was uncovered by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Sunday, April 26 when he tended to the country in a broadcast communicate.

It was his eighth across the nation communicate on the measures taken by government in the battle against coronavirus.

Since his first location on Wednesday, March 11, when Ghana had no cases yet of the fatal coronavirus, there have been 1,550 affirmed cases with more than 100,000 tests directed.

A portion of the cases include West African nationals, who are as far as anyone knows helped by Ghanaians into the nation.

“These are unpatriotic acts and should stop,” President Akufo-Addo cautioned.

“We can’t permit a couple of people who are persuaded by their own narrow minded lucrative enthusiasm to jeopardize the lives of the remainder of the populace.”

The president had requested the conclusion of Ghana’s fringes to human traffic on Sunday, March 22 and on Tuesday, April 4 broadened the conclusion by two additional weeks, however he has been resolute in his later communicates that it is “until further notification”.

He had likewise forced an incomplete lockdown in the nation with Accra, Kumasi, Kasoa and Tema influenced.

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SOURCEGhanaWeb
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