Parts of the Ghana Police Hospital in Accra will be shut down on Friday, August 21 to allow a fumigation exercise to take place.
The Hospital is expected to resume full operation on Monday, August 24, according to a statement signed by Head of Public Affairs DSP Yaw Nketia-Yeboah
The fumigation forms part of a routine exercise by the Service, the statement added.
It added that Out-Patients Department, Laboratory, Pediatrics (Children’s) Department, and the Hospital Annex will, however, not be affected.
The hospital, therefore, is advising the public and clients to “take note of this routine fumigation exercise to enable the hospital to provide the necessary healthcare services to them”.
By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana