One of the leading transportation platforms, Bolt, has served notice that its offices in Accra still remain closed in spite of the lifting of the lockdown of some parts of the country over the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bolt locked up its offices as the number of infected cases of the coronavirus was increasing and also the subsequent lockdown of some parts of the country as a measure to contain the pandemic.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Sunday April 19 lifted the restriction placed on movements of persons in some parts of the country including Greater Accra and Greater Kumasi.
But Bolt in a message to customers on Monday April 20 said : “Thank you for choosing to Drive and earn on Bolt especially in these trying times.
“Following the lifting of the partial lockdown by the President in Greater Accra and Kumasi effective 1:00 am 20 April 2020.
“Businesses can now operate fully and also ensuring they have safety measures in place to protect themselves and customers. However, our offices still remain closed until further notice.
“As indicated by the President, it is mandatory to still observe social distancing including all safety measures fully enforced.”