Some commercial motorists in the Accra metropolis are complying with the directives on the reduction of the amount of travellers in conformity with the Presidential directives on social distancing in opposition to the spread of Covid-19.
The Ghana News Company (GNA) checking workforce noticed that through the initially day of the enforcement of the partial lockdown in the Better Accra region and other parts of the nation, commercial autos which generally experienced 3 passengers on a roll loaded two passengers rather.
Taxi cabs which usually load four travellers, a person in entrance and three at the back again roll now hundreds only 3 one in front and two at the back roll to enrich social distancing in the bid to combat against the COVID-19 pandemic unfold.
A reporter of the GNA who picked a industrial car or truck from Madina to Accra observed that the driver and his mate adhered to the directives appropriately.
Samuel Adofo, a drivers’ mate reported he was not heading to embark on any more than overloading to incur the wrath of any Law enforcement officer.
Mr Adofo lamented that there would be a reduction in their daily gross sales as they were being obtaining it complicated to get passengers on board.
He puzzled how their car could get travellers from the Accra Central Small business District back to Madina.
He was however delighted that there was no vehicular website traffic as the trip which typically lasts about 90 minutes during common weekdays.
“We just utilised about 30 to 40 minutes to cover”, he reported
Mr Adofo instructed the GNA that he and his driver experienced not elevated the lorry fare but had been optimistic that they will handle to get their daily revenue.
The GNA noticed that there had been couple of vehicles plying the highway of Madina to Accra Central with a pocketful of petty traders at various targeted traffic intersections.
The Ghana Private Road and Transport Unit (GPRTU) in a assertion appealed to members to minimize the selection of travellers in the bid to fight the distribute COVID-19.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in his fourth televised deal with to the country announced a partial lockdown of significant elements of Bigger Accra, Kasoa and Kumasi.
The partial lockdown is to accomplish five key details particularly quit the importation of the virus, contain its unfold, supply sufficient treatment for the ill, limit the influence of the virus on social daily life: and encourage the enlargement of domestic capacity and deepen self-reliance.