COVID-19: Kumasi Mayor pays visit to SHSs within his Metropolis

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The Mayor Hon.Osei Assibey Antwi together with the Metro Director of Education has paid a working visit to some SHS schools within the Metropolis. The visit was to ascertain whether the school authorities are adhering to the Protocols concerning the Covid-19 pandemic as schools reopened today.


We gathered that each student was given bottles of hands sanitizers as well as reusable nose mask. They were screened by the nurses in the schools and they Dormitories has also been spaced out.

A month ago, the Mayor of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, Mr Osei-Asibey Antwi has commended the management of various health facilities in Kumasi for their preparedness against the spread of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Mr Osei-Asibey Antwi was speaking to the media after he led the Metropolitan Health Committee to inspect health facilities to know the extent of preparations as of now.

The health facilities included the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital ( KATH), Suntreso Government Hospital, Kumasi City Market Clinic, Manyhia Government Hospital and Manhyia Palace Clinic.

The Mayor was accompanied by the Director of the Metropolitan Health Directorate Dr Mrs Akosua Omari-Sasu, Dr Ernest Kwarko of KATH and the Asantehene’s Mawerehene, Baffour Ohyeaman Brantuo VI.

Mr Osei-Asibey Antwi expressed enthusiasm about how the management of the facilities attached seriousness to the preparation assured them of the government’s eagerness to assist them to save lives.

Source: shstrendz.com

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