In ensuring that the spread of Covid-19 is curtailed in Ghana, Ghanaians has been advised to take up the habit of wearing nose masks in these times.
Dr Patrick Abogye, the Director General of the Ghana Health Service during a Covid-19 press briefing on Friday, April 3, 2020, advised Ghanaians, especially people with flu-like symptoms to wear nose masks, when they go out.
“We encourage everyone to wear masks, especially people with flu-like symptoms,” he said.
Dr Patrick Aboagye also informed that, masks and other preventive materials are being distributed to all the institutions that are providing essential services, eventhough they have encountered challenges in acquiring them.
He, however, urged the heads of the institutions to ensure the efficient use of the PPEs.
Coronavirus cases in Ghana
Ghana as at April 2, 2020, confirmed 9 new cases taking the total to 204, including 5 deaths and 3 recoveries.
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