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Fight against COVID-19 on course – President


  2 Août      8        Santé (11097),

   

Kumasi, Aug. 02, GNA – President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has
advised Ghanaians not to compromise on their responsibilities
regarding adherence to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) safety protocols.
He said that was the way to go in order to stem the spread of the
pandemic, which had over the last four months led to 182 deaths in the
country.
According to the Ghana Health Service’s portal on the pandemic,
the country’s confirmed case count stood at 35,501 with 32,096
recoveries as of Friday, July 31.
Eight of the confirmed cases have been identified as critical.
President Akufo-Addo, who was addressing the Ashanti Regional
leadership of the Muslim community, at the Kumasi Central Mosque,
rallied the people to comply with the mandatory wearing of nose masks.
« We are required as good citizens to always maintain personal
Hygiene, while observing all the COVID-19 preventive protocols for own
good, » he noted.
The President said Ghana’s recovery and death rates in respect of
the pandemic indicated that the government’s resolve to deal with the
threat posed by the coronavirus disease was on course.
However, he said: « The citizenry should not take things for
granted, but continue to do the right thing to enhance their
wellbeing. »
President Akufo-Addo, who is on a working visit to the Region, was
grateful to the leadership of the Muslim community for creating the
needed awareness on the disease amongst the people.
He asked them not to relax in their efforts to support government in the fight against the pandemic.
Sheikh Haroun Abdul- Mummin, the Regional Chief Imam, said the
Muslim faithful would continue to pray fervently for the protection of
the citizenry.

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