Assessing the Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic Partial Lockdown of Cities on Access to Social Facilities

Wahab Musah-Abdul, John Amoah-Nuamah, Lord Ebow Sampson


Social facility is very useful for societal interaction and cohesion. This study was based on review of literature to assess the effects of Novel Coronavirus 2019 Pandemic lockdown of cities on social facility. The study revealed that maternal mortality rate would increase, Christians and Muslims routine of worship as a group has been mileage, whiles people are not able to engage in active exercise to keep fit as a result of the lockdown of the cities. The paper recommend that Government and management of cities should provide mobile clinic for pregnant and patients at house to house. This will help to prevent unforeseen deaths of pregnant women and patients with underlining sickness. Keywords: Covid-19, Lockdown, Social Facility, Cities, GhanaDOI: 10.7176/DCS/10-6-03Publication date:June 30th 2020

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