The Savelugu Hospital in the Northern Region has been shut down for about fourteen days, starting Monday, February 22, following a flood in COVID-19 among staff of the office and occupants in the region.
An assertion gave by the Public Relations Unit of the office, refered to by the Ghana News Agency, said: “The Hospital will deliver just crisis administrations.”
“This choice is vital to reduce staff-customer association and steel oneself against sterilization of the entire Hospital to interrupt the chain of transmission.”
The GNA discovered that 60 wellbeing laborers at the Hospital have tried positive for COVID-19 while consequences of tests of significantly more staff are yet to be delivered.
The assertion implored general society to stay cool and help out the Staff and Management as they strived to furnish them with quality medical care benefits and guarantee wellbeing.