The Ministry for Gender, Kids, and Social Security will cater to all susceptible individuals in the locked down parts in Accra and Kumasi.
The Ministry of Gender, Young children and Social Safety announced Wednesday, it will shortly embark on a campaign to teach vulnerable individuals on observing social distancing and how to apply fantastic cleanliness.
The Ministry states it has determined susceptible individuals who will be engaged in this initiative as the homeless, street small children and head porters (Kayayei).
Talking at a press briefing which aimed to update the public on the standing of coronavirus in the country, the Minister, Cynthia Morrison said, “we realised [when collating the data on the demography] that we need to have to prepare them on particular cleanliness and how to use the hand sanitisers.”
The Ministry, she mentioned, will in addition, provide Veronica buckets for them in their temporary households in the locked-down regions of the nation.
“We are also heading to educate them on social distancing simply because we have realised that they usually socialise in clusters.
“So we have to train them social distancing and it is some thing we are likely to choose very significantly,” she additional.