Football fans can now enjoy the game from the stands after government eased up its restrictions to allow spectators into the various match centres.
Government had prevented fans entry into the various League centres due to COVID-19, however after carefully accessing the situation, fans have been granted permission to watch the games from the stands.
A statement released by the Ministry of Youth and Sports indicate 25% of fans will be allowed entry during match days.
These fans will however undergo the various COVID-19 protocols before getting access into the stadia.
“Ghana has made significant progress in combating the disease of late. Government has therefore eased the restriction of playing behind closed doors,” part of the statement reads.
“Seating at all stadia will therefore be limited to twenty-five (25%) capacity as previously announced by the President. All existing safety and hygiene protocols are still in force.”
The Ghana Premier League enters its eighth week with Karela United still leading the table with 14points.
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— Min. of Youth & Sports GH (@MOYSGh) January 5, 2021