- The Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research has expressed their misgivings at the rate at which Ghanaians go about public places in hand gloves
- According to NMIMR, hand gloves are not to be worn in public
- They, however, reiterated the need to practice proper handwashing hygiene
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In a bid to protect oneself from coming into contact with the deadly coronavirus, most people especially Ghanaians have resorted to wearing gloves in public.
This action of theirs is obviously to prevent coming into contact with the virus should they be exposed to it.
The Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research has however expressed their misgivings about the rate at which Ghanaians go about public places in latex gloves.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, Noguchi said, "Hand gloves are not to be worn in public. You are likely to spread the virus should you get exposed to it."
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Badivi asked how people are supposed to protect themselves in public spaces if the NMIMR is saying gloves are not to be worn in public.
In response to the question posed the NMIMR advised that proper handwashing and sanitisation should be done.
Nana Kwadwo also advised her to use hand sanitisers.
Black advised we carry a pocket-size hand pocket-size sanitiser
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Meanwhile, Ghana, on Wednesday night, March 18, 2020, confirmed two more cases of coronavirus, taking the number of confirmed cases to nine.
This was revealed by President Nana Akufo-Addo at the National Breakfast Meeting on Thursday, March 19, 2020.
The information minister, Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah, provided further update on Twitter, stressing that the Ghana Health Services were managing the cases well.
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