A lot of churches and mosques are no lengthier adhering to governing administration limits on Covid-19, Mr Francis Akakpo, the Asunafo South District Director of the Countrywide Commission for Civic Education and learning (NCCE) has noticed.
He expressed fret that the spiritual bodies had stopped practising social distancing and were being no lengthier checking the overall body temperatures of worshippers, as directed by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
The situation he additional was obtaining out of hand and could guide to an outbreak of new bacterial infections which could have devastating consequences on the nation.
“Social distancing is generally absent at numerous of the churches and mosques. Worshipper no more time wear nose masks or experience shields”.
“It is unhappy to notice that these churches and mosques are no lengthier offering amenities at their premises to aid handwashing with soap beneath running h2o and they have stopped getting physique temperatures of worshippers”, Mr Akakpo extra.
In an interview with the Ghana News Company (GNA) on the sidelines of a Covid-19 instruction marketing campaign held at Kukuom, Mr Akakpo observed the situation could trigger the distribute of new Covid-19 new infections.
The NCCE with support from the Ahafo Regional Coordinating Council (ARCC) has intensified the Covid-19 education and learning campaign in the community communities to encourage people to obey governing administration limitations and overall health protocols.
It also aimed at deepening general public recognition about the prevention and management of the Covid-19 in the localities.
Mr Akakpo called for demanding enforcement of the protocols, specifically the putting on of nose masks or deal with shields and social distancing in general public gatherings to prevent the spread of the disorder in the Xmas festivities.
He also called on the numerous district and municipal Assemblies to help the commission to do a vigorous training campaign and expressed appreciation to the ARCC for its help to the fee.