Three instructive establishments, a College of Education and two Senior High Schools in the Bono Region, have recorded nine COVID-19 cases among understudies since the re-opening of schools.
Dr John Ekow Otoo, a Deputy Bono Regional Director of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) accountable for Public Health, affirmed this to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) on Thursday in Sunyani.
He said eight of those influenced understudies were in schools in the Dormaa West and Dormaa East Districts while the leftover one is in a school in the Sunyani Municipality.
Dr Otoo said all the understudies were in a steady condition, adding that the boarding understudies among them were isolated inside the school climate and the day understudies at their homes.
He said contacts were distinguished among understudies and staff of the schools and tests taken for testing.
Dr Otoo said the circumstance was being overseen prudently in those schools to forestall uneasiness and trashing among the understudies and staff.
He said just the school specialists and guardians of the influenced understudies knew about the conditions, clarifying that examples were taken in an extremely proficient way, so a portion of the understudies and staff didn’t realize that they were contacts.
Dr Otoo said the schools had debilitated coves being overseen by wellbeing staff and guaranteed that the Regional Health Directorate through the locale wellbeing directorates were keeping reconnaissance in schools in the district with a great deal of subsequent meet-ups.