Deputy Minister for Trade Robert Ahomka-Lindsay has announced his intentions of going into a 14 days isolation at his private residence.
Robert who made this known via a post on his Facebook handle on Thursday, July 23, stated that he made the decision because he has not been feeling “too well” for some days now.
“Over the past few days I have not been feeling too well, so from today 23rd July 2020, I am taking a fourteen (14) day precautionary self-isolation at home in compliance with Covid-19 protocols,” he posted on his Facebook wall.
The minister’s decision to go into isolation adds up to the number of ministers who self-isolated themselves from people just to make sure they didn’t have the deadly virus.
President of the Republic of Ghana who also went into isolation is currently done with his 14 days quarantine and now back to his office doing his daily activities.