Tamale: Traders ‘cry’ over low patronage of sanitisers, masks & others

Some traders in the Northern Region have bemoaned the low patronage of Covid-19 preventive logistics and items.

The traders who spoke with Rainbow Radio’s Prince Kwame Tamakloe said the interest people had in buying face masks, hand sanitisers, and other items have reduced drastically.

They indicated that it would be proper for President Akufo-Addo to address Ghanaians and tell them if the Covid-19 was no longer with us.

Our reporter further indicated that residents are not also wearing face masks.

He said the areas affected are Yendi, Gushegu, and other communities.

The traders insisted their stocks are still in their shops with no one purchasing.

He added that residents only nose masking when visiting facilities with strict adherence to the wearing of nose masks.

Meanwhile, Frontline Healthcare Services has warned of an increasing rate of infections from the Kotoka International Airport.

According to them, they recorded 75 cases from travellers at the Airport on April 24, 2021.

They have therefore called for efforts to prevent any unforeseen circumstances.

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By: Rainbowradioonline.com

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