Covid-19 not over, adhere to protocols - Ghanaians told
Mr Amos Mensah, a self covid-19 ambassador revealed that these acts are done by people with the mindset that vaccination has solved everything.
Ghanaians have been urged to desist from playing jokes with the Covid-19 protocols as the pandemic is not over.
A self dedicated Covid-19 ambassador, Mr Amos Mensah has urged Ghanaians to as a matter of urgency take the Covid-19 protocols seriously. According to him, it is very worrying how most Ghanaians are nowadays ignoring the safety protocols laid down by the Ministry of Health.
He affirmed that it's very painful that ever since the government introduced the vaccine into the country, most people have taken all the protocols for a joke. He mentioned that protocols such as hand sanitizing, face masking, social distancing, washing of hands, etc have all been disregarded by the majority.
He revealed that these acts are done by people with the mindset that the vaccination has solved everything.
"The pandemic is very real, let us stop taking it for a joke and stop disobeying the rules. The vaccine doesn't mean a total cure. Even if you're freed from the pandemic, how do you judge the person you meet could be positive?
"I become sad whenever I hear or see people misbehaving with the protocol measures as if the pandemic is over," he said.
He continued his campaign by indicating that it is very important for Ghanaians to remember how the pandemic made people suffer across the world and Ghana as a whole. He, therefore, advises that Ghanaians shouldn't forget the many agonisms we passed through.
Mr Mensah finally urged Ghanaians especially those within the cities to respect environmental tidy protocols. He said it's an onus on us as good citizens to make sure our various areas are kept clean and safe.
"It doesn't speak well of us as a country if we dispose of refuse anyhow to cause stench". He concluded.
Nana Pepprah Ashanti Region