COVID-19: Judge advises Litigants to adhere to Protocols

Covid-19// The Presiding judge at the Juaboso District Magistrate Court, His Worship, Clement Asomah Esq. has advised litigants, court attendants, and the general public to endeavor to adhere to protocols on COVID-19 in order to ensure that they continue to live their lives as a people.

He noted that since nobody is being tested in the area, puts everybody at risk. As such, the best way out was the proper adherence to the protocols on the coronavirus pandemic such as washing & sanitizing hands, wearing face masks, and social distancing.

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These protocols are strictly adhered to in the court, with social distancing as the foremost as only three people are allowed on one long bench in the court. His Worship Asomah contended that the figures given out there on the pandemic in the country could even be more since those tested could have contacted more people than those traced.

Judge advises Litigants to adhere to COVID-19 Protocols
Judge advises Litigants to adhere to COVID-19 Protocols

“As such, everybody should be extra-careful and cautious by adhering to COVID-19 protocols since we are all at risk!” he admonished.

By S. O. Ankamah




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