Vitality Minister, John Peter Amewu, donated a total quantity of 10,200 cleanliness products to the Hohoe Municipality
Energy Minister, John Peter Amewu, has donated hand sanitisers and other hygiene things to aid the battle from the novel coronavirus in the Hohoe Municipality of the Volta Area.
The objects integrated 600 cartons of metabolic cleaning soap, 3,000 hand sanitisers, 3,000 liquid soaps, 200 Veronica buckets, 200 Bowls, 200 dustbins, 3,000 items of medium-sized tissues and 200 stands.
They had been distributed to well being facilities, police stations, community and personal establishments, preferred ingesting spots, chop bars and places to eat.
Other folks incorporated were being vehicle and business motorbike stations, unions and associations, local community centres, h2o fetching points, palaces, public toilets among other individuals.
Presenting the merchandise on behalf of Mr Amewu to the Hohoe Municipal Clinic, the Volta Regional Secretary of the NPP, Joseph Homenya, lauded the facility on its endeavours to curb the spread of the virus.
“We are quite grateful for the screening centre you set up at the entrance and strategic positioning of Veronica buckets for handwashing.”
He additional that the Electricity Minister is producing initiatives to provide extra like own protecting devices to assure the safety of the well being staff, who are the front-liners in the coronavirus pandemic struggle.
The Clinical Superintendent of the Hohoe Municipal Hospital, Dr Pius Mensah, appreciated the gesture and appealed for non-speak to infrared thermometer guns, N95 respirators and clinical logistics to furnish the coronavirus case administration centre.
“Apart from the refurbishment of the actual physical infrastructure, we also want health care logistics to treat the individual need to we get a coronavirus case”, he defined.
The Chairman of the Hohoe Professional Motor Riders Association, Nathaniel Kove, acquired the goods on behalf of the 15 branches.
He thanked Mr Amewu for using this kind of an initiative to safeguard their health and fitness in the course of this coronavirus pandemic period.
“We are pretty grateful, but we are pleasing to the Minister [Mr Amewu] that considering that we are carrying travellers, we will be happy if we can get weekly materials of the sanitisers”, he mentioned.
Mama Dzitri who acquired 33 cartons and box of hand sanitisers on behalf of the Hohoe Municipal Queen Council utilised the opportunity to enlighten citizens to consider fantastic treatment of their health and fitness, and often clean their fingers with cleaning soap beneath running h2o, to stay away from contracting the virus.