Athletics News of Thursday, 13 August 2020
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Government’s COVID-19 Endeavor Force on Wednesday organised a schooling workshop for the technical group users of the 4 countrywide teams envisioned to resume camping this weekend.
The education held at the Ghana Soccer Affiliation (GFA) Secretariat was geared toward educating the workforce officials on challenges linked to the COVID-19 pandemic and how to prevent its distribute whiles in camp.
The COVID-19 endeavor drive was led by Dr Aboagye Dacosta, Leader- Chance Communication and Social Mobilization Countrywide Response COVID 19, Dr.Evelyn Adjei Mensah, Member of the Countrywide scenario management group and Dr Lawrence Lamptey, a Member of the surveillance group.
The GFA President, Kurt E.S. Okraku in his tackle said that the workshop provides direction for soccer to resume in the nation.
He stated “as all and sundry are clamoring for the return of football, there would be the require to be in a superior posture to safeguard ourselves and that of our brothers and sisters.
“Hopefully it will start with the ladies and the boys will be a part of and hopefully we will have the totally domestic league coming again.”
There was shows in two kinds the place Dr. Aboagye Dacosta, Leader- Risk Interaction and Social Mobilization Nationwide Response COVID 19 took the team officers by means of all the security protocols for safe and sound camping.
The national team handlers were being also skilled on Monitoring & Analysis , contingency Arrangements, Evaluation procedures among the others.
He stressed that all protocols need to be strictly adhered to even though in camp schooling for their impending CAF competitions.
The staff were taken by way of demonstrations on how to use the confront mask properly, washing of hands and the want to exercise particular hygiene among the other people.
Users of the GFA Medical crew, group health professionals, physiotherapists, vital support vendors and welfare officers of 4 countrywide groups, namely Black Satellites (U-20), Starlets (U-17), Maidens (U-17, woman),Princesses (U-20, female) and Stability and Protection Committees attended the workshop.
The GFA hinted the Black Princesses(U-20) and Black Maidens (U-17) are envisioned to start out tenting this weekend.
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