Twitter Reacts To The Latest Number Of Covid Cases At Akosombo International School, GhOne Confirms
By 4realGhana | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 120 views
Ghanaians fans have been horrified by the latest number of Covid cases at Akosombo International School
The news reported by Joy FM and later confirmed that GhOne TV stated that 44 children in the Akosombo International School have been infected by the Covid-19 virus and it has gotten lots of people buzzing around.
Most of the users pleaded with the people in authority to close down schools to avoid the further spread of the virus.Some of them also said that the new variant was very dangerous and needed more attention from authorities
Some also said;
Most of the comments blamed the teachers for not enforcing the Covid Protocols and contributed to the surprise in that particular school.
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