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COVID-19: The worst is yet to happen if compulsory nose mask wearing, social distancing not enforced — Reggae musician

Social News COVID-19: The worst is yet to happen if compulsory nose mask wearing, social distancing not enforced — Reggae musician
OCT 18, 2021 LISTEN

The Chief Executive Officer of the Modern Films & Entertainment Network, an entertainment outfit based in Kumasi, Mr. Jackson Elvis Etuah has lambasted the authorities for their inability to enforce the covid-19 restrictions.

He said the compulsory nose mask wearing and social distancing has been neglected.

Speaking to the correspondent, the musician expressed worry of a possible fourth wave of covid-19 infection if the restrictions are not enforced by the authorities.

According to him, observation in most parts of the country indicates that a large section of the population refuses to adhere to the safety protocols.

He noted that the inability of the law enforcers create the impression as though the virus is no more in the country.

The musician insisted that if nothing is done to stop Ghanaians from the continuous violation of the safety protocols, the worst may happen.

King Amoah
King Amoah

Ashanti Regional CorrespondentPage: KingAmoah

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