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Adhere To Stipulated Measures To Prevent Covid-19 Disease

The Chairman of the Amasaman branch of the Cooperative Transport Society, Thomas Klu, has encouraged commercial drivers and their assistants to adhere to the stipulated precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 disease.

He said they must wash their hands regularly with soap under running water and intermittently use alcohol-based hand rub to protect themselves and their clients, since they constantly handle money in their vehicles.

Mr. Klu said this in an interview with Ghanaian Voice at Amasaman in the Ga West Municipality in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak and the subsequent measures put in place to protect both drivers and passengers.

Mr. Klu explained that they are complying with the President’s directives.

He pleaded with the government to further reduce the cost of fuel for them as they reduce the number of passengers.

By: Paul Mamattah

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