Two Mawuko Girls SHS students isolated amid COVID-19

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Two prospective students of the Mawuko Girls Senior High School in Ho have reportedly been quarantined by school management following claims that they have contracted the deadly virus.

According to a report by Accra-based Starr FM, the COVID-19 response team in the region was invited to assist in isolating the alleged coronavirus victims.

Meanwhile, the Member of Parliament for Ho Central, Benjamin Komla Kpodo has lamented over lack of Personal protective equipment (PPEs) in his region.

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According to the Member of Parliament, no Personal protective equipment (PPEs) from the government has been distributed to any of the seven public schools he visited within the Municipality, adding that the situation is alarming.

Benjamin Komla Kpodo at this stage urged the students to be very conscious of their own safety as the government is not protecting them as it said.

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As part of measures to ensure the safety of the students, he made a donation of Veronica buckets, hand sanitizers, and locally manufactured nose masks to be distributed to the students in all seven schools which include Mawuli Senior High School, Mawuko and Ola Girls, Taviefe Senior High School, Sokode Sec. Tech, Shia Senior High School, and the Tanyigbe Senior High School.

Source: Georgeweb.org

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