Information reaching this portal indicates that about 64 staff of the Savelugu hospital in the Savulugu municipality of the Northern region have tested positive for Covid-19.
A statement sighted by this portal indicated that the hospital is being closed temporarily and will only render emergency services.
“This is to inform the general public especially those living in and around Savelugu that, Savelugu Hospital will from Monday 22nd February, 2021 be closed down partially for 2weeks due to the upsurge of Covid-19 within the Municipality.”
The note also said the decision is important to decrease the contact between staff and clients and pave the way for disinfection across the hospital in order to stop the virus chain.
The hospital management urged the general public to stay calm and cooperate with the hospital staff and
management to provide quality health care and to ensure their safety.
However, the management urged the public to comply with the protocols of Covid-19 to help avoid the transmission of the virus into the municipality.
“You are once again reminded to take serious precautionary measures against Covid-19, put on your nose mask, Regular hand washing under running water, use of hand sanitizers, observe cough etiquette and social distancing are magical to stay safe of Covid-19.”
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