President Nana Akufo-Addo has lifted the partial lockdown imposed on the movement of individuals inside some parts of the nation.
According to the President in his seventh State of the Nations Address, the decision which takes effect from Monday, April 20, was due to the aggressive contact tracing and enhanced testing capacities making it possible to contain the COVID-19 virus.
The preliminary two-week restrictions imposed on these areas noticed an additional seven days extension because the nation waited for take a look at outcomes from some 14,000 samples taken, the President said in his final handle to the nation.
Though the lifting of the lockdown comes as a reprieve to the various Ghanaians, entry through the Nations borders remains closed.
However, ban on social gatherings, together with religious gatherings and strict adherence to social distancing protocol, remains in place.