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Covid-19 knowledge is obvious indication we are heading in a worse path – Titus Beyuo


The Deputy Basic Secretary of the Ghana Health care Association (GMA) has advised that reviewing safety protocols will be required looking at the alarming spike in constructive Covid-19 scenarios.

Dr Titus Beyuo who is a member of the Infectious Diseases Committee of the Affiliation lamented the poor observance of safety protocols which has induced an increase in infections.

 “Well, imposing new limits, I would say sure. Lockdown may well be difficult but I consider any other restriction should really be guided by the figures we are receiving. The knowledge is demonstrating us we are heading in a worse path,” he stated.

According to him, the existing messages of wearing masks and practising social distancing are being dismissed by a big section of the general public major to the spikes in circumstances.

As a outcome, he mentioned there is a will need for additional urgent measures to seize the situation by applying demanding protocols.

“We require a little something that makes social recognition that things are not searching that excellent,” he said on Joy FM’s Tremendous Morning Exhibit, Wednesday.

The health-related doctor stated that the require for political routines and the working of the nation’s financial system may possibly have activated the easing of present limitations.

Even so, he suggested that there should really be insistence for benchmarks from government to bring about dependable conduct from the general public.

Dr Beyuo incorporating that governing administration communications ought to have very clear timelines.

“We can say if folks do not obey instructions at a certain polling centre the place should be shut down so that the persons there know we are major about observing social distancing? Any person will have to be held liable,” he appealed.

So considerably, Ghana has recorded a complete of 18,134 positive Coronavirus cases, 13,550 recoveries and 117 fatalities.


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