The Ghana news agency reported on Saturday that two hundred and forty-one (241) Ghanaians had returned from Kuwait. A special dispensation was given to allow them fly into the Kotoka International Airport aboard a Kuwaiti aircraft.
The case count in the Ashanti region crossed the 1,000 mark according to latest stats released this Saturday. Out of 6,617 cases (131 new cases) the region accounted for 1,010 cases. Obuasi – the gold rich town – was at a point declared a hotspot for spread of the virus.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has tasked citizens to do all it takes to learn to live with COVID-19. he stressed that despite its disruption to everyday lives, there was the need to get lives and economies to adjust and continue to move on with necessary caution and discipline.