Previous Health and fitness Minister Joseph Yieleh Chireh is kicking in opposition to proposals for the reopening of church buildings and schools as the region proceeds to document much more Covid-19 scenarios.
The Member of Parliament for Wa West who was contributing to a statement on the flooring by Nsawam-Adoagyiri MP, Frank Annor Dompreh on the will need for an African resolution to combat the virus, said government should really not be pressurised to elevate present restrictions put in position to reduce a spread of the virus.
“My place on this make any difference is really very clear we have to hasten slowly but surely simply because even in France where by educational facilities were opened, they experienced to close it once again. This usually means that with this illness we have to obtain a very good way to handle it. Societies are nonetheless struggling to locate the correct mother nature of this virus.”
He utilised the option to urge government to up its activity to protect against prevalent of the virus and prevent supplying phony hopes to Ghanaians.
“Today, MPs had their samples taken and we are ready for the final results. If about 20 individuals examination positive, the place will they be retained? So I plead that additional importantly, authorities will acquire more methods to address this. They must not be pretending as if the pandemic is over”.
Presenting his statement on the floor, the Adoagyiri MP, Annoh Dompreh termed on governments in Africa to useful resource their indigenous corporations to locate a get rid of to the virus.
He also counseled government for allocating 600 million as soft financial loans to Little and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the place.
Contributing to the discussion, MP for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa claimed the Covid-19 battle has absent over and above wellbeing disaster to countrywide safety and financial crisis.
Mr. Ablakwa also counseled government for accepting the herbal medicine alleged to be a vaccine from Madagascar and charged the Fda to expedite its efficacy examination for remedy in Ghana.