Coronavirus: Don’t visit or leave Kwahu – Traditional Council declares ‘lockdown’

The Chiefs and Elders of the Kwahu Traditional Area have cautioned natives of the land to restrict movements in and out of the area in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

According to the Chiefs, the instruction for natives staying out of the area to keep out is because Kwahu has an appreciable population of old people who stand a higher risk should there be an outbreak in the area.

The statement further instructed that people residing in the traditional area should desist from moving out of the place during these distressing times.

The statement indicated that all social gathering during this period should be halted till further notice.

As at midday of 26 March 2020, one hundred and thirty-two cases of COVID-19 including three (3) deaths had been confirmed in Ghana. All the three (3) cases that unfortunately succumbed to the disease were aged and had underlying chronic medical conditions.

 

 

 

Source: mynewsgh