The Metropolitan Archbishop of the Cape Coast Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church, Most Rev. Charles Palmer-Buckle, has encouraged Christians to turn out to be better Christians post Coronavirus.
The Archbishop made this approach Citi TV’s Point of View with Bernard Avle on Monday, April 13, 2020.
“I accept that gratitude to the coronavirus and its limitations, in the event that we go to a more profound comprehension of revering in soul and in truth [as recommended by the Bible], from that point, we ought to be better Christians. We ought to be better people figuring out how to cherish, figuring out how to share, figuring out how to excuse, figuring out how to be completely forthright, figuring out how to be honest, figuring out how to be co-mindful. I accept this Coronavirus, over the long haul, will transform into a more prominent gift for you and for me,” he said.
The Archbishop further asked families to set aside some effort to bond together during the lockdown as Jesus Christ did with His devotees.
“For the first time ever, we are constrained to live respectively as a family. So let us make it home not a house. Let us make it a family with the goal that we can associate. This is the time I accept the dinner at home can turn into the last dinner and feast of light… Let the family presently become a residential church where guardians and their youngsters ask together, where guardians and their kids sit at a table and eat together, where guardians and their kids serve each other as Jesus served them, where guardians and their kids go into the sacred writings and offer the word together, where guardians and their kids figure out how to excuse each other on the grounds that Jesus pardoned us.”
Over the globe, schools have been compelled to shut down while physical strict and common social affairs have been prohibited as a major aspect of endeavors to stop the spread.
A significant occasion on the Christian schedule, Easter, has just because been set apart without Christians congregating for administrations in Church because of the infection.
Restriction on open get-togethers
In Ghana, President Nana Akufo-Addo expanded the underlying one-month restriction on open get-togethers including strict exercises and burial services by an extra fourteen days in an offer to check the further spread of COVID-19 which has contaminated over a million people around the world.
The augmentation came into full power after he marked the Executive Instrument to offer impact to the new measure.
He likewise reported a fractional lockdown of the Greater Accra and Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Areas.
Ghana’s affirmed instances of COVID-19
Ghana has 566 instances of COVID-19 with eight passings and four recuperations.
So far ten out of 16 areas have recorded COVID-19 cases.