Today marks the 8th day when Ghana joined the ranks of countries around the world that are enforcing some form of restriction on movement with the hope of slowing down the spread of SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that caused COVID-19.
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The restrictions on movement in Ghana are scheduled to last for two weeks as the Ghana Health Service and Ministry of Health race to catch up with the marauding virus.
Information reaching us has it that, cats are seen confidently walking about in the volta region without any fear nor panic.
Cat meat soup has been the favourite delicacy for most people in the Volta Region of Ghana hence we are told cats are barely seen in towns and villages this free.
According to our reporter in Ho, the capital of the region, he did mention to us that, due to the social distancing and precautions of not contracting Covid-19, most people are indoors hence you can see lots of cats moving about in the capital city of the Region.
They move freely and confidently knowing that they are very safe. He said!
We hope this brings some joy and happiness to the cats in the volta region but we definitely know this wont last hence we encourage the cats to enjoy their moment.