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The Managing Director of Ghana Water Company Limited, Dr. Clifford Braimah, has donated protective gears to the Damongo Government Hospital to help them in the fight against the deadly novel coronavirus.
It followed concerns of lack of protective gears raised by the management of the hospital.
The items included reusable PPEs, disposable head covers, goggles, hand gloves, nose mask, sanitizers, veronica buckets with wastewater basins and soap dishes.
The Savannah Regional Minister, Adam Salifu Braimah, who presented the items on behalf of the MD admonished the health workers to keep on with their dedicated service.
He noted the government is doing all it can to ensure appropriate materials are made available to all health facilities.
He also called on all persons from the region to support the fight.
“While we deliver these items for our front line workers, let’s continue to adhere to directives on personal hygiene and also stay at home if we have nothing to do in town”
Medical Superintendent of the Hospital, Vitalis Saadaare, expressed gratitude to the MD for the gesture.
He called for more support from the general public.
The regional minister and his team were taken round a quarantine facility made available by the hospital.
Authorities of Damango Hospital on Monday March 30 appealed for personal protective gears for the front line health workers at the facility.
Meanwhile, the Mr. Adam Salifu has handed over a refurbished quarantine center to the Salaga Government Hospital.
All markets and public places in the Savannah region have also been fumigated
By Christopher Amoako|3news.com|Ghana