The Chairman and Chief of the Countrywide Danger Communications and Social Mobilization Committee of COVID-19 has admonished individuals sharing meals to notice social distancing.
Dr DaCosta Aboagye says men and women, companies and businesses involved in the sharing of food items to the underprivileged in lockdown parts need to adhere to the physical and social distancing protocols declared by the President as section of steps towards the containment of the deadly coronavirus in the place.
According to him, anything at all limited of that, will spell doom for the state and retard all the gains that have been created in our collective national battle from the pandemic, which has turn out to be the greatest existential risk to the survival of the human race, and an epitome of destruction to the entire world.
He, for that reason, cautioned all the organisations and persons in the foods distribution chain like the Gender Ministry, NADMO, NGOs and other philanthropists to make sure that the protocols are strictly adhered to.
His remark comes at the back again of news reportage on both common and social media to the outcome that individuals queuing for food items in the many lockdown spots are accomplishing so in flagrant disregard to the protocols.
Indeed, the media, in the earlier months, have been awash with video clips displaying big crowds of susceptible customers of society queuing for food items.
But Dr. DaCosta, who is also the Director of Health and fitness Promotions at the Ghana Wellness Service, explained, the failure to observe the social distancing protocols in the sharing of food items is placing the life of the people in the queues as properly as those sharing the foods at risk of contracting and sharing the deadly virus.
“Practicing social distancing must be an uncompromising consideration by all individuals involved in the sharing the food stuff in purchase to stay clear of the spread of the novel COVID-19”, he observed.
Dr DaCosta also identified as on all overall health marketing officers to use their knowledge by means of the regional health and fitness doctorates and district overall health management units to work with the information providers department staff members and MMDAs to boost social distancing health and fitness instruction across the state