Police officer, two Nigeriens recover from Covid-19

Three COVID-19 patients who tested positive on Wednesday April 15, 2020 have now tested negative in two consecutive tests in the past two weeks.

Two of the patients are the Nigeriens who were tested by the Ghana Health Service at the Accra Central Police Station and handed over to the Ghana Police Hospital for isolation and treatment.

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The third one is a member of the Ghana Police Service, a statement issued by the PRO of Ghana Police Hospital, DSP Yaw Nketia-Yeboah said on Thursday.

“The three COVID-19 patients tested negative on Tuesday May 5, 2020 after testing negative last week. All the three were discharged yesterday Wednesday May 06, 2020.”

The two Nigeriens, the statement said, will be handed over to their Diplomatic Mission in Ghana.

Meanwhile, management of the Hospital has encouraged members of the public to comply with the existing Presidential Order on public gathering in the performance of their day-to-day activities to help curb the novel Coronavirus pandemic.

The statement also advised the public to use approved ace masks and learn to wear them correctly to help curb the spread of the virus.

Source: 3news.com | Ghana

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