Actress and producer Juliet Ibrahim says government must be commended for their fight against Covid-19 in Ghana.

The actress believes government has been proactive in its fight since the first case of Covid-19 was recorded in the country thus reducing the possible spread of the coronavirus rapidly.

Juliet is currently stuck in Lagos, Nigeria as a result of the closure of the Ghana border due to Covid-19, she was speaking with Miriam of 3FM 92.7/Tv3 “On record with Miriam”, a live chat session on Instagram.

Answering questions on the impact of Covid-19 on the movie industry, the actress says closure and intimacy with crew will be greatly affected on movie sets.

She however advised movie and content producers to harness the opportunities that digital platforms present during these times.

Juliet also hinted she was working on documenting her Covid-19 experience into a movie that will be release soon.


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