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Akufo-Addo to address Ghanaians on progress of lockdown today

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will today April 5, 2020, give an account of the progress of the partial lockdown of Accra and Kumasi.

This was disclosed by the Information Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah.

The address is expected to be made at 6:00pm.

The President according to Oppong Nkrumah will account to the country for what has been done so far these past 7 days of the partial lockdown.

He added that the President will give an indication of the kind of report that will be given to the public.

The President today extended the closure of Ghana’s borders by 2 weeks.

He said this has become necessary as it ensures that Ghana does not import more cases.

So far Ghana has recorded 214 cases with 5 deaths so far.

A two weeks partial lockdown of Accra and Kumasi is in effect.

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