The Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture, Hon. Mark Okraku Mantey has indicated that the NPP government has outlined requirements and guidelines to control and avoid the spread of COVID-19 within the December festivities.
Speaking on Hitz FM, he detailed some of the requirements and mentioned that people who have not been vaccinated, hence, do not have vaccination cards would not be allowed entries to social gatherings.
Mark Okraku Mantey also announced that the government is set to launch a ‘ December in GH’ campaign, to encourage tourism within the upcoming yuletide. According to him, over 150,000 are expected to visit Ghana within the period, therefore, the government is putting in the work to avert a possible spike in the spread of Covid-19 cases
“When you want to go for any event, especially when we’ve launched ‘December in GH’, we’re saying that we’re targeting about 150,000 people entering the country between now and January; we don’t have to go and have fun and come back with Covid-19,” he said.
Here's all you need to know before attending any event in December —presented by the Honorable Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture @mokrakumantey. #DaybreakHitz pic.twitter.com/vPDC5qwoZy
— Hitz 103.9 FM (@Hitz1039FM) November 5, 2021