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No Nose Masks From Gov’t To Basic Schools In Ketu North

BY: Bubune Bernice Mizpah | voltaonlinegh.com |

As the number of active Corona Virus cases increase in the country, basic schools in the Ketu North municipality are yet to receive their share of nose masks from government, a situation which is making it difficult for pupils to mask-up during school hours.

Speaking to the  Public Relation Officer (PRO) of the Ketu North Ghana education service, Mr Benjamin Atsu Dunyo, he said government has given hand sanitizers, tissue papers liquid soap and Veronica bucket to be distributed to schools but left with nose masks to be given to the schools.

He therefore pleaded with parents to help provide nose masks for their wards to help prevent the spread of the virus as he assured that, the masks will reach the Assembly soon.

Mr. Dunyo further noted that academic work had begun smoothly in all basic schools across the municipality with 80% of the students reported to school.

He urged students and teachers to strictly adhered to all Covid-19 protocols.

Source: www.voltaonlinegh.com

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