Every Ghanaian is scared of the rate at which the deadly corona virus is spreading among citizens – first case – 2 and two days later, 6 with 151 traced contacts.
This and others have triggered the closing down of every public event ranging from the schools to churches to protect the citizenry. Same way, the presidency also needs protection.
The Jubilee House has installed hand sanitizers from the point of entry to the front of all offices within the building.
Visitors to the Presidency will have to wash their hands four times before meeting whoever they had gone to visit.
These new measures start from the security checkpoint through to other vantage points all through the presidency.
All the offices also have hand sanitizers mounted at their doors.
To prevent the spread, the standard recommendations coming from the WHO is regular hand washing, covering one’s mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing, thoroughly cooking meat and eggs.
People are also advised to avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing