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Ghana’s 37 Military Hospital Shuts Down In Battle Against Coronavirus


One of Ghana’s premier health facilities, the 37 Military Hospital, says it will  be closing down its medical and emergency unit (MEU) to the general public.

In its press statement made available to African Entertainment, the 37 Military Hospital, noted that from Thursday, January 14 to Thursday February 4, 2021, its MEU will be closed to the general public.

The move, according to the Hospital in the press release signed by Colonel E. Aggrey-Quashie, Director of Public Relations of the Ghana Armed Forces, was to pave way for a fumigation exercise to be conducted.

The statement observed that “the closure has become necessary to enable the authorities to undertake fumigation as a remedy to any infestation of the Unit.”

Several facilities including airports, educational institutions in Ghana have been fumigated in recent weeks in a nationwide effort aimed at controlling the spread of coronavirus.

Leading waste management company, Zoomlion Ghana Limited, has been undertaking the nationwide fumigation of markets, schools, airports and health facilities in partnership with the President Nana Akufo-Addo-led New Patriotic Party (NPP) Government.

Covid-19 Cases In Ghana

Data from the Ghana Health Service (GHS) showed that as at Wednesday, January 13, 2021,  Ghana had a total of 56,421 confirmed cases of coronavirus.

According to GHS, Ghana’s active cases now stand at 1,330.

Recoveries from the pandemic rose to 54,753 from the previous 54,631. Ghana’s covid-19 death toll remained unchanged at 338 as at Wednesday, January 13, 2021.


Below is the statement

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