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GFA: Match venues to be closed if Covid-19 protocols are violated

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A warning has been issued to all the participating clubs in the Ghana premier league about the potential closure of match venues if Covid-19 protocols are violated. This is according to a statement from the Ghana Football Association’s website. 

The Football Association in November of last year released an approved list of Covid-19 protocols ahead of the new season, but with an upsurge of cases in the country and a violation of the protocols at some match venues, a meeting has been held to reinforce those protocols.

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The caution was served by the General Secretary of the GFA Prosper Harrison Addo during a virtual meeting with the Safety & Security Officers and Representatives of the 18 Premier League Clubs on Wednesday January 20.

The report adds that the club representatives were also spoken to about ticket and accreditation mechanism, social distancing for sitting and standing areas, thermometer checks at various stadium entrances as well as  protection of team zones and inner perimeter.

Per the approved Covid-19 protocols list, clubs or players who violate the Covid-19 protocols are liable to punishment not less than GH 1,000.00, a stadium ban, as well as a suspension of not less than two games.

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