Accra Technical University records first COVID-19 case

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Accra Technical University records first COVID-19 case
Accra Technical University records first COVID-19 case
The Accra Technical University (ATU) has recorded case of the Coronavirus infection (COVID-19).

The patient, a National Service Personnel with the scholastic office, is said to have tried constructive for the ailment on Sunday, June 21, in the wake of indicating side effects of fever, cerebral pain and runny nose.

A press proclamation dated Tuesday, June 23 and marked by the Acting Director of Public Relations, said six partners who came into contact with the influenced individual have had their examples taken for testing.

“The staff answered to a clinical office in her neighborhood in the wake of encountering manifestations of fever, cerebral pain and runny nose. After Covid-19 tests were led, the outcome was imparted to the administration work force on Sunday, 21st June 2020.

“The said individual is presently in detachment at a clinical office and reacting great to treatment. Six partners who came into contact with the affirmed Covid-19 patient, have been directed, consoled and their examples taken for research center testing,” the announcement said.

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It included that the contacts have been approached to self-seclude while sitting tight for the consequences of their tests.

“The University Medical group and the Safety and Health Committee are anyway in contact with the patient and contacts, to give the required clinical and mental help,” the announcement included.

The announcement likewise noticed that the workplaces of the influenced division and its environs would be disinfected while contact following continues.Advertisement

“Individuals from the University Community are implored to resist the urge to panic while clinging carefully to the distributed individual insurance manners,” the announcement said.

Tertiary organizations revive

Tertiary organizations the nation over revived to definite year understudies on June 15 for scholastic work to start and end on July 24.

Before that, a purification practice was done on all grounds under the sponsorship of the Ministry of Education as a team with Zoomlion Ghana Ltd.

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The Minister of Education, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, said it the sterilization practice followed an order went down from the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, for all tertiary and second-cycle establishments to be treated and purified before the last year understudies came back to get ready and complete their leave assessments.

Ghana case tally

As at Tuesday, June 23, Ghana had affirmed 14,568 instances of the COVID-19 ailment, with a loss of life of 95.

The all out number of recuperations/released remained at 10,907.

The current dynamic case in Ghana presently remains at 3,566.

Source:graphiconline


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