The Deputy Basic Secretary of the Ghana Health-related Association (GMA) says the two-week lockdown imposed on some sections of the state, is not plenty of to entirely isolate the spread of the coronavirus.
According to Dr. Titus Beyuo, who is also a member of the Infectious Illnesses Committee of the GMA, the lockdown is only a stalling tactic to handle the unfold of Covid-19, for this reason a simply call by his outfit for a nationwide lockdown somewhat than a lockdown of selected areas.
He expressed considerations that the simple fact that no coronavirus circumstances ended up recorded in the exempted places at the time of the lockdown, did not suggest there would be no recorded instances afterwards.
“We hardly ever named for a partial lockdown. We required a nationwide lockdown mainly because that is what we need if we want to fight this virus.
“At the beginning of the lockdown, only the Greater Accra Area and the Ashanti Location experienced recorded circumstances of the coronavirus. But now the Northern area, Upper East, Upper West and Jap Areas have also recorded cases, nonetheless, these areas are not less than a lockdown,” he explained.
Speaking Saturday, on Newsfile on JoyNews, Dr. Beyuo added that it was, nevertheless, needed for extra actions to be put in location just before a nationwide lockdown is announced.
In accordance to him, checks require to be designed right before this sort of an action can be taken.
“We need a lot of seem epidemiological data to make that get in touch with and I feel we are reviewing that details. Some of the info that could inform that simply call or normally, will be the maximize in instances and traits of the cases.
the situations proceed to be in the spots of the lockdown, and they are below
management, it won’t be important to escalate even more.
“I imagine really quickly a large amount of examination will be completed, and when that details is accomplished the President will be suggested correctly.