Pastor of Life Intercontinental, Ben Eshun has joined calls for Ghanaians to get used to dwelling with the coronavirus.
Speaking on Pleasure FM’s GhanaConnect on Friday, the Pastor indicated that with no cure and vaccine, citizens will have to now think of strategies to return to some semblance of a ordinary life.
“If the virus will go in about two, 10, or 15 yrs then we do not have a decision, we have to stay with it. We can’t dedicate suicide.
“Until it goes absent, we have to find the greatest way to control ourselves and the procedure so that we do not get terminated by this virus,” he included.
The Pastor also famous that the church is ready to consider up the endeavor and assure congregants do not contract the virus when they appear to church.
Highlighting the new actions that the church will carry out amidst the pandemic, Mr Eshun said, there will be no handshaking and other socialisation things to do throughout and just after church providers.
“The church will have to adjust and start out new strains of solutions. The Church will have to leverage old ones and make certain that they answer to the existing situation.
“Crisis brings out the very best in individuals, and this crisis is heading to carry out the best of the Church.”
He pressured the church is inclined to sacrifice to make sure that the condition is efficiently contained until eventually there is a treatment or vaccine.
“We will slice down the entertainment that happens in the church and aim on only what is crucial. So there is heading to be a whole lot of sacrifices and adjustment that we will do,” he said.
However, a Ghanaian US- based mostly Pediatrician, George was of a distinct check out on lifting the ban on social gathering.
He thinks there ought to even now be a ban on general public gathering due to the fact interactions between the group can not be ‘policed’.
“When individuals get into the euphoria of time, they do items that they are not contemplating about and that could contain, hugging among others. “And these types you can not manage even though you are on the pulpit,” he discussed.