Ghana Medical Association Asks Government To Restrict Social Gatherings Due To COVID-19 Cases

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The Ghana Medical Association, the association of medical doctors in the country, has called on the government to take broad actions aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 infections in the country.

According to the GMA, the increasing cases of COVID-19 is worrying and that the pandemic is “still a major health threat to all persons living in the country.”

It asked the government to “as a matter of urgency restrict social activities such as parties, church services, funerals, clubs and other social gathering of such nature.”

To the general public, the association advised that people exhibiting flu-like symptoms to get tested for COVID-19 and avoid self-medicating.

Ghana has been recording about 600 cases of COVID-19 daily for a number of days now.

A total of 372 people have lost their lives to COVID-19 related complications.


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