Sports Ministry grants permission for 25% of football fans to return to stadium

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The Ministry of Youth and Sports has granted permission for 25% of football fans to return to stadium during matchdays.

After several months of meetings with the Ghana Football Association, the National Covid-19 Task Force and the Ministry of Sports, an agreement has been reached to allow fans back to the stadium.

Part of the MOYS press release reads; “The Ministry of Youth and Sports is delighted to announce that with immediate effect, approval is granted for football fans (25%) to return to the various League centres to watch both domestic and International competitions subject to observing all the national Covid-19 Protocols and the GFA Matchday COVID-19 Protocols.”

The Sports Ministry approved the return of fans to the various stadia, but reversed their decision ahead of the start of the Ghana Premier League second round due to the increase of coronavirus cases in the country.

Fans will make a return to the stadium from matchday 21 of the Ghana Premier League.

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