Final year Tertiary students can go back to school on August 24-President Akuffo-Addo 

President Akuffo-Addo has asked final year students of Universities who have not written their final exams to reopen by August 24th, 2020 to write them.
He said the reopening will be strictly adherence to, the COVID-19 safety protocols for prevention.
He said Universities already with a health facility can make arrangements for COVID-19 treatment and isolation centres.
He also recommended that all universities accross the country must ensure that there is disinfection and fumigation exercise to prevent spread of the virus, while he is in talks with authorities on whether schools can finally reopen.
He said this during his 15th speech on measures taken against Coronavirus pandemic.
He said he was positive because North East, Savannah Upper East and Upper West regions have not recorded Coronavirus, urging them to continue observing the safety protocols to reduce the spread.
He thanked the healthcare professionals for their immense contribution and support towards the fight against COVID-19, adding that everyone must ensure that
He said the Ghana Health Service has ensured that most Ghanaians have adopted the use of nose and face masks stressing that 82 percent of Ghanaians wear their masks.
He also said 44.3 percent do not properly wear the mask, adding that its either the mask is on the ear, or below the jaw.
He appealed to Ghanaians to properly wear the mask to protect “ourselves from the virus”.
Agnes Melissa Yovo |

Written by The editoral team


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