The spread of the second phase of the Covid19 disease has resulted to numerous lives lost considering how deadly the virus has become.

With respect to the second phase of the Covid19 disease, most advanced countries have implemented several lockdown policies alongside vaccines even though most countries have unexpectedly halted the effective use of the Covid19 vaccines as they claimed it had caused more harm than good.

On the other hand, the Covid19 has also halted lots of privileges most Ghanaians had when it came to traveling , public gatherings like Churches and mosques, parties and just to mention but a few aside taking innocent lives.

Even though the presence of the new vaccine alongside the safety protocols being imposed by the President, some active cases of Covid19 are still being recorded each day.

However, the good news is that, these active cases have dropped in numbers considering some months past.

With respect to this, most Ghanaians especially Christians were expecting to celebrate this year’s Easter festivity just like they usually did but a recent press statement released has rather called for the halt of all public gatherings and other activities amidst Covid19 pandemic as Easter approaches.

This however is a very sad news for Ghanaians especially Christians as most churches would’ve preferred a full house and others as we remember and celebrate Christ Jesus on this momentous day.

Below is a look at the recent press statement from the office of the regional co-ordinating council, Accra outlining the enforcement of all Covid19 safety protocols as Easter festivities approaches.

How would you have celebrated this year’s Easter if there were no Covid19 restrictions?

Do you think the enforcement of the Covid19 safety protocols should be halted during the Easter festivities?