Covid-19: Restrictions on Churches, Mosques lifted



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The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo-Dankwa, has announced an extension of religious services from one hour to 2 hours.

Addressing the general public for the 14th time since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the President of the Republic of Ghana said the restrictions in the number of congregants worshipping at a time has been lifted effective August 1 2020.

He added that the length of worship has also been extended from 1 hour to 2 hours.

“In consultation with our Church Leaders, from 1st August 2020 the restrictions in the number of congregants worshipping at a time in Church will be lifted” with the lenght of worship extended from one  to 2 hours per service. Church leaders, who are desirous of implementing this enhanced easing directive, must enduensure that congregants wear nose masks at all times, and the one metre social distancing rule is scrupulously applied. The same guidelines apply to worship in our Mosques”, he noted.

Ghana | Atinkaonline.com