Petra Trust has shut down its offices until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic
In a statement to its customers, Petra Trust said, “As an act of social responsibility, a decision has been made to temporarily shut our offices due to a few positive cases recorded in the recent round of tests conducted for our employers.
“Hence, to prevent the spread of Coronavirus and to ensure the health & safety of customers, clients, employees, and other stakeholders, our offices employees will be closed from noon on Monday, 8 February 2021 until further notice.”
Petra Trust added, “During the temporary closure period, all our employees will work from home, and all external meetings will be held virtually.”
Petra Trust is therefore encouraging their customers and the general public to use their digital channels during the period.
At least 15 more persons have died of COVID-19 taking Ghana’s death toll to 533, health officials announced late Saturday (13 February).
The country’s active cases now stand at 8,216 after 718 new coronavirus cases were confirmed at the laboratories.
As at 10 February 2021, the Ghana Health Service (GHS) reports that the country’s total confirmed cases increased to 75,836 out of which 67,087 have recovered.
So far, 101 persons are in severe situation while 33 remain critical, according to GHS. Cases detected at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) are 1,172 with 945 recoveries.