Parts of Accra have gone quiet and empty as the partial lockdown announced by President Nana Akufo-Addo takes effect.

The President ordered the lockdown as part of moves to limit the spread of coronavirus in Ghana.

Ghana’s COVID-19 cases have jumped to 152 with 10 new confirmed cases in Tamale as at Sunday, March 29,

The death toll still stands at five.

Below are pictures of some of restricted areas which ordinarily would have been busy:

Kaneshie Market Complex in Accra
Kaneshie First Light-Odorkor stretch of the Busia Highway
Kaneshie market bus terminal
Kaneshie Takoradi, Cape Coast, Tarkwa Ford Station
Ridge hospital to ridge roundabout
ECG Office Accra East Makola stretch to Mokola market
Rawlings Park, Makola-Accra
Ghana Commercial Bank, Circle branch stretch to Accra
Kwame Nkrumah interchange
Adabraka, Mr Biggs Circle-Kwame Nkrumah interchange
Accra National Theater stretch to Octagon,Tudu- accra
Accra Efua Sutherland Children’s Park through National Theater , Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel
Frisco traffic lights- Accra
Left Street goes through Agbogbloshie Market, Right to CMB if you are coming from rawllings park- Accra
Accra TUC, Kantamanto market
N1 road: lapaz, kwashieman malla junction scratch
LAVA through Zongo lane to Accra post Office
Malla Junction
Tip-Toe Lane Kwame Nkrumah Circle-Accra
Rawling park through mokola fire service to kwame nkrumah interchange
Pig Farm, Kotobaabi, Accra New Town and Circle Roads
Kaneshie Footbridge

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