Only Vaccinated Supporters Are Allowed To Watch Ghana-Nigeria Super Clash – Sports Ministry

The Ministry of Youth and Sports truly wish to inform the public, especially football fans, that strict adherence to ALL Covid-19 Safety Protocols put in place by the government is required when attending games at various league centers, including the game between the Ghana Black Stars and their Nigerian rivals at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on March 25, 2022.

For that reason, the Ministry of Youth and Sports has asked stadium managers (National Sports Authority) and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on match days to accept ONLY fully vaccinated supporters into the stadiums at various locations. 

The Covid-19 Task Force and the Ghana Health Service will set up vaccination stations at the President’s Cup match between Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko on March 4, 2022. 

Also, one week before the Ghana-Nigeria derby, the Ghana Health Service would set up immunization centers at Kumasi, Cape Coast, Takoradi, and Tamale stadiums. 

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With these safeguards in place, it is believed that facility managers will be able to admit as many fans as the facility can accommodate, given that such concerns have been completely vaccinated with the necessary vaccination card. 

Face masks, hand sanitizers, and social distancing will all be severely enforced as well. To achieve strict compliance, we rely on the cooperation of all stakeholders, the football family, and the general public.

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