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GES worried about Covid-19 ‘fear and panic’ in schools

GES stressed over Covid-19 'dread and frenzy' in schools 


The Ghana Instruction Administration (GES) has depicted as "shocking" reports that some senior secondary schools have recorded instances of Covid-19 since reviving. 


Representative Executive General of the Administration Dr Kwabena Bempah Tandoh said this makes "dread and frenzy" and it isn't sound for conclusive year understudies, who are preparing to compose their assessments. 


There were accounted for instances of Covid-19 in some senior secondary schools (SHSs) a couple of days in the wake of reviving on Monday, June 22. 


Odorgonno Senior Secondary School, one the schools refered to, precluded any case from claiming the infection with the director, Samuel Mensah, affirming that however four understudies who went from a remote place recorded high temperatures, they recuperated the next day for scholastic work. 


These understudies were disengaged, he demonstrated, be that as it may, yet nurture from the Ghana Wellbeing Administration (GHS) rewarded and released them. 


Talking on TV3's Covid-19 360 on Friday, June 26, Dr Tandoh said GES is working intimately with GHS to ensure that an instance of the infection doesn't spread in any school in Ghana. 


He said however high temperature alone can't be a premise to associate one with Covid-19, each case is explored by the attendants doled out to each school. 

"We do have a national convention," he focused, including that an affirmed case would be made open fittingly. 


He, consequently, encouraged the general population to revitalize behind the understudies and not cause dread and frenzy with the spread of Covid-19 reports. 


After schools started reviving for scholarly work for definite year understudies, the Accra Specialized College (ATU) has recorded a case. In any case, it included a National Assistance staff. 


Detailed cases in Adisadel School in the Focal Area and a few schools in the Volta District have all been excused

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