The law makers in the country are being faced with a top priority and that is an increasing number of covid-19 related cases. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, the members of parliament have not taken it easy at all because the fight against the pandemic has been a lose situation for them and us all. As it stands now, Ghana has an active case of 84,023 with recovered cases at 77,972 and deaths at 607. But the parliament of Ghana among the active cases has 12 new cases, according to sources 12 more parliament members and staff test positive for covid-19. This seems to be a bad news, for as all but it seems that covid-19 vaccine could do them some favour here.
The legislators are said to be enforcing the protocols and are being advised to take the vaccine injection. With God on our side we know we would go through this battle and win it as well. But we should not forget to follow the safety precautions given by the president and Ghana health service. And we also send a speedy recovery note to these members and staffs of parliament.
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