Ghana has suspended all international meetings in the country for the next three months as one of the key measures to ward off Ebola threat.It has also advised nationals not to travel to Ebola affected countries such as Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra and Guinea to avoid contacts with affected people in those countries.
Speaking at a press conference in Accra on Thursday, Ghana’s Foreign Minister Hannah Tetteh told journalists that government took the decision of suspending hosting of international meetings with the view to averting possible outbreak of the disease in the country.
Ebola threat has forced the government to postpone re-opening of tertiary institutions with foreign students stranded in the country.
So far Ghana has recorded zero Ebola virus case with 500 suspected cases tested negative.
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