The Ghana Football Association will use the services of the military service to ensure adherence to COVID protocols at match venues.
Adhering to COVID protocols has been has been a hard row to hoe with Hearts of Oak and Medeama suffering penalties due to breach of the protocols at match venues.
To curb this menacing issue, spokesperson of the National Sports Authority Charles Amofah claims the Sports governing body has engaged the services of the military to ensure adherence to the protocols.
“We’ve also engaged the services of the military to support the Ghana Police Service when it comes to law enforcement on the protocols. Anyone who breaches this protocol will have an issue with the law enforcers,” Mr. Amofah said.
He further outlined the protocols in place at various match venues to inhibit the spread of the COVID virus at the stadiums.
“First and foremost, we’ll check if you’re in facemask, your temperature will be checked then sanitize your hands before being allowed entry into the stadium. We’ve done markings on the seats, where to sit and where not to sit. We have two chairs in-between people so you don’t sit too close to the next person to ensure social distancing,” he ended.