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If the President hadn't looked up. . . Let's be careful! Professor Joseph Osafo


Psychologist Joseph Osafo has expressed dismay at the reduction in restrictions imposed by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. President Nana Akovo-ADO has been improved on Sunday, March 27, 1922, the prohibition after a global investigation in Ghana and around the world. One of the keystone's key restrictions was to simplify the ban on Nasal and PCR test at Cotoca and private and public meetings at Cotoca International Airport. In terms of installation of the nose mask, the president said; "From tomorrow, Monday, March 28, the veil is no longer legal. I think all, anyway, to continue to maintain the cleaning routine and avoid concerts."

"According to tomorrow, on Monday, March 28, passengers go to Ghana for PCR are not tested by the countries available so that they can reach the country by Kia, not to be tested on arrival." Citizens and foreigners living in Ghana that are not completely vaccinated, they must give a negative PCR test for more than 48 hours and perform an antigen test during the arrival and vaccinated in kia. There - down, The president said that "everything is automatic, such as churches, mosques, conferences, conferences, party events, cinema and home." This film can fully start unless available for public followers and / or. Let's put your hands on the correct drain on these sites.

"Buitenwerk in sporting events, entertainment, political parties and funerals can be fluctuated unless everyone is fully vaccinated in these events." Professor Joseph OSF has expressed special concerns that no other nasal mask is legal. He showed that mucosal coronovirus plays an important and effective role in preventing infection, and in this way the president would not terminate this type of prohibition. Professor Osafo emphasized that "the government's statements are well-intentioned, but I think we need to be a little careful" especially when there are big parties and social gatherings, and urged the public to continue to wear nose masks.. in the rice field.

"To tell the truth, if you don't touch this, I think things will be better. The reason I'm saying this now is also in China, which used to be on a sick road and is still vulnerable. You're still on the line. Fight this battle." Parts of the UK and Ireland are still struggling in this regard. So we're not completely out of the picture."

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