BREAKING: Ghana Government Reveals a Must Follow New Rules and Guidelines to Ghanians On Coronavirus
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Government has released fresh Guidelines, through the Minister of Commerce and Industry, in an effort to avoid the rapid spread of coronavirus at work.
The information minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, adds that new cases "predominantly come from workplaces" have been registered on Thursday 25 June.
In the course of the twoweekly update to the Ministry of Information, Trade Minister Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen took the podium to outline new measures to be implemented in various workplaces including factories to stop the virus from spreading.
Mr Kyerematon said that the government has agreed to impose at all times a compulsory policy of "no handshaking, no touching or spitting."
Registered nurse would be in operation to factories and companies with more than 29 workers, he also pointed out.
It was due to the growing spread in the region, although sometimes there were remarkable recoveries, but the government in Ghana is worried about a second wave of the virus.