The Bono region needs extra Personal Protecting Gear (PPEs) for wellbeing employees, Evelyn Kumi-Richardson, the Regional Minister has claimed.
The Minister states the PPEs would help to fortify an “aggressive war” in opposition to the unfold of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mrs. Kumi-Richardson said she was amazed about existing collaborations concerning security services, media, and the regional well being directorate, so considerably in stemming the unfold of the virus in the location.
She appealed to company institutions, NGOs and philanthropic organisations to supply more PPEs to protect wellness officials from contracting the virus.
Mrs Kumi-Richardson created the charm when the Council of Brong-Ahafo Association of Northern The united states (COBANA) offered some PPEs to the Bono, Bono East and Ahafo Regional Coordinating Councils (RCCs) at a quick ceremony in Sunyani.
The products worthy of $8,000 comprise 2,100 nose masks, 1,500 hand sanitizers, several Veronica buckets, carbonated soaps and 150 cartons of hand gloves.
“COBANA has touched us deep in our coronary heart and the governing administration is at any time grateful to the gesture”, Mrs Kumi-Richardson stated.
She mentioned the Bono region is succeeding in adherence to the social distancing protocols, hand washing with soap and sanitizers, and govt limits.
“So far our location has not recorded any positive circumstance of the virus and I feel all stakeholders involve commendation”, she indicated.
Dr Kofi Issah, the Bono Regional Director of Overall health explained the directorate experienced stepped up precautionary actions in all the wellbeing services to consist of or manage any circumstance and encouraged the populace to comply with all federal government limitations and heed to guidance from wellbeing officials to safeguard on their own.
Mr Paul Gyau, the former Common Secretary of COBANA, mentioned the affiliation anticipated wellness facilities in rural locations reward from the products.
He was accompanied by Mr William Sampene, Nana Owusuaa Ayebiafo, and Mrs Felicia Gyau, associates of COBANA.