Former Programmes Manager of Hitz FM, Mark Okraku Mantey who is now the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts, and Culture (MOTAC), has cautioned that individuals who don’t have Covid – 19 inoculation will be denied section to occasions this December.
The public authority, as per the Minister, has illustrated necessities and rules to control and stay away from the spread of COVID-19 during the December celebrations.
He expressed on Hitz FM that individuals who have not been inoculated yet don’t have immunization cards will be denied passage to get-togethers.
“Inoculation cards will be needed to enter; you should demonstrate confirmation of immunization to be conceded.”
“Kids matured five and up would require a cover,” he added. Covers will be eliminated for extraordinary events like eating and drinking.”
“We need to keep you and your kin and your family alive,” the Deputy Tourism Minister clarified, “since, in such a case that we meet up at a specific spot, particularly indoor occasions, and we don’t set up certain balanced governance, we’re probably going to have difficulties after December.”
Imprint Okraku Mantey additionally declared that the public authority will dispatch a ‘December in GH’ mission to advance the travel industry during the impending Christmas season. As per him, more than 150,000 individuals are relied upon to visit Ghana during this time frame, so the public authority is striving to forestall a spike in the spread of Covid-19 cases.
“At the point when you need to go to any occasion, particularly since we’ve dispatched ‘December in GH,’ we’re saying that we’re focusing around 150,000 individuals entering the country among now and January; we don’t need to proceed to have a good time and afterward return with Covid-19,” he clarified.