10 SHS students check assured for COVID-19 in Ahafo Region.
The Ahafo Regional Director of Health Services, Dr. Boakye Boateng has discovered that over 10 older sky-scraping prepare students boast experienced constructive for COVID-19.
Dr. Boateng has too disclosed that Twenty-four (24) health personnel are and battling with the virus.
Speaking in an interview with Citi News, Dr Boateng understood “In Ahafo Region, we give rise to 24 of our force who are established COVID-19 cases. altogether of them are in isolation, one of them has in good health and for the students too, we be inflicted with ten of our students, eight of them are in self-isolation. One has been discharged.
Currently, exchange tracing is ongoing to guarantee that we find each and every one of them for testing. Gradually, nation are being paid old to COVID-19. They give the impression to produce relaxed roughly of the directives we gain set them. We possess to masterpiece in stipulations of threat exchange of ideas and community mobilisation. We enjoy to consent to them recognize COVID-19 is authentic and since in attendance is no vaccine for it, they take part in to abide by the security protocols.”
Meanwhile, the authority has indicated that last down schools outstanding to the growing add up to of COVID-19 luggage in the assorted SHSs is not the superlative option.
“Closure of schools from the health promontory is not the top option, it is paramount we store them in schools for the reason that if we resolve to accede to them set out domestic it follows that we capacity as all right local down the intact country…from come again? we take part in been told they are asymptomatic, therefore they are adept to move about their studies.
Prof. Opoku Amankwah extra that “we are hopeful that once they find to the exam time as we bear two or three weeks before they engrave exams, every one of issues will subside. But distribution them quarters will be disastrous,” Director-General of the Ghana teaching Service, Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa held on Tuesday.