Nana Addo Likely To Close Down Schools As Two More Schools Record Covid-19 Cases
By Ibrahim2000 | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 8571 views
Nana Akuffo Addo is very likely to close down schools following 2 more schools having reported 31 positive cases of Covid-19. The schools namely, All Girls SHS reported 13 positive cases and also Akuse SHS who also have confirmed 18 cases.
A school in Akosombo also confirmed 50 cases with their staff and students whiles 15 out of the 17 tertiary institutions have all reported cases of Covid-19. The second wave is really giving problems to the problems and he is very likely to close down schools to avert the problem.
The President is expected to address the nation this weekend and with increasing number of Covid-19 cases and deaths, if schools are not closed, the president will surely be giving an alternative.
But is closing down schools the best solution, should safety protocols be promoted rather closing down of schools? Follow me for more exciting updates and attractive stories.
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