No Mask, No Entry – Ghana FA Warn Delegates Ahead Of Congress
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced that it will be strictly enforcing the Covid-19 protocols at Tuesday's Ordinary Congress while stressing that ‘No mask, No Entry’ for all delegates.
The football leaders in the country will assemble for the Ghana FA’s 26th Ordinary Congress at the Ghanaman Soccer Center of Excellence on Tuesday, September 1, 2020.
In a communique from the country's football governing body on Sunday night, they have touched on plans to strictly adhere to all safety measures against the deadly Coronavirus disease.
“The Ghana Football Association wishes to inform members and all stakeholders that the Association will fully comply with all COVID-19 safety protocols at the 26th Ordinary Congress on Tuesday”, a portion of the GFA’s communique reads.
Among many other things touched on, the GFA has warned members that the ‘No Mask, No Entry’ rule will be strictly applied.
Below is the full communique from the Ghana FA:
GFA TO STRICTLY COMPLY WITH COVID-19 PROTOCOLS AT CONGRESS
The Ghana Football Association wishes to inform members and all stakeholders that the Association will fully comply with all COVID-19 safety protocols at the 26th Ordinary Congress on Tuesday.
Thermometer guns, hand-washing buckets, hand sanitizers and other Personnel Preventive Equipment will be provided at the Congress which will be held at the GFA Technical Centre (GSCE) at Prampram on Tuesday.
Strict security measures will be enforced at the venue from the entrance to the main hall to ensure that Members of Congress, Invited Guests and the accredited Media men and women go through the health and safety procedures put in place successfully.
Only accredited representatives nominated by Members of Congress will be allowed into the Congress premises in accordance with the Social Distancing Protocols.
Participants are therefore urged to come early on Tuesday to ensure a successful Congress.
Delegates are kindly reminded that No Mask No Entry!