Black Stars head coach Charles Akonnor has urged Ghanaians to abide by the precautionary measures so to avoid contracting the deadly coronavirus.
The disease, also known as Covid-19, has become a global threat, having so far infected over 300,000 people and claimed nearly 10,000 lives.
In Ghana, the disease, 21 cases have been reported with one confirmed dead.
"The coronavirus is here. There has been a lot of instructions about it. Let's stick to it. One is to wash your hands and be clean, use your sanitisers very well and try as much as you can to be safe," Akonnor said in a video posted by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on social media on Saturday.
Hi folks, Black stars head coach @akonnor_ck has a simple message for us this morning. Stay healthy and Stay safe!!! #LetsStayAtHome#BringBackTheLove#PrideAndPatriotism#LetsWinThisTogether pic.twitter.com/2MAAhziw28
— Ghana Football Association (@ghanafaofficial) March 21, 2020
Akonnor had invited his first squad for Ghana's 2021 Africa Cup of Nations double-header qualifiers against Sudan.
However, the fixtures have been called off by CAF due to the coronavirus pandemic.