COVID-19: Safety Measures Put In Place By The Sefwi-Asafo College Of Health Amid Re-opening


Mrs Yaa Aframa, Principal of the Sefwi-Asafo College of Health in Wiawso Municipality, said that COVID-19 safety measures have been put in place by the College to ensure the safety of students when they return to their exit examinations.

Speaking to the Ghana News Agency about how the College was prepared to welcome students in the final year, Mrs. Aframa said the College had purchased nose masks and hand sanitizers for distribution to all students.

She said that Veronica’s buckets, soaps, and hand sanitizers would be placed at all entry points to ensure that students , teachers, and workers wash their hands before entering and exiting.

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All final year students are scheduled to report on Monday, June 15, and any student who comes late would not be allowed entry, she said.

“The College is completely equipped and has put in place adequate measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 between the staff, students and the College Community.”

Mrs. Aframa said that health professionals will also be there to test students before they are allowed to enter.

Lectures will be conducted for students in larger lecture halls to ensure social distancing in accordance with the President’s Directive.


“Students will not be permitted to leave campus until they have completed their final exams,” she said.

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She also advised the first and second year students to continue to take all quizzes and assignments via the College’s E-learning platforms.

Source: GNA


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