The Ghana Police Service has ordered churches, mosques and all religious bodies not to hold services beyond two hours.
This according to the Service, follows the revision of it’s security strategy.
Administration of the Service in a press statement sighted by GbAfrica.Net signed by it’s Director of Public Affairs, Superintendent of Police, Mrs. Sheila Kessie Abayie- Buckman ordered religious bodies to implement a mandatory one metre rule of social distancing between congregants.
They further required the religious bodies to ensure that congregants wear masks at all times and be provided with an alcohol- based sanitizers.
According to the Service, the religious bodies are to maintain a register of names and contact details of all congregants and ensure that their places of worship have fresh air ventilation.
” The Administration continues to appeal for public cooperation to ensure a peaceful Easter holiday season and wishes all Ghanaians a happy Easter season” Part of the release read.