COVID-19: DJ Switch & his brother educates students on Coronavirus

COVID-19: DJ Switch & his brother educates students on Coronavirus

- DJ Switch and his brother Theophilus Tandoh have shown their sense of humor

- The young DJ has released a video educating parents and teachers while students are home because of the Coronavirus

- She also on the teachers to create an online platform to help students who are currently home

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Young Ghanaian DJ, Erica Tandoh popularly known as DJ Switch and her senior brother, Theophilus Tandoh have warmed the hearts of many with their sense of humor.

As the world fight against the deadly coronavirus, DJ Switch and his brother have joined the fight to educate young Ghanaians.

Following President, Akufo-Addo's directives to close all schools because of the virus, DJ Switch, and Theophilus are currently home studying.

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The young DJ has released a video of how their parents, teachers, and community leaders can help students who are currently home because of the virus.

DJ Switch advised parents to hire teachers to teach them at home.

She also called on teachers to create an online platform to help the students learn so that before the epidemic ends they would have achieved something.

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Meanwhile, two more cases of the dreaded Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) have been confirmed in Ghana taking the total to 11 cases.

The two new cases were confirmed at the Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research (KCCR) on Thursday, March 19, 2020.

According to information provided by the Ghana Health Service, both victims are residents of Kumasi.

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While the first case is a 59-year-old Ghanaian woman who just returned from the United Kingdom, the second is a 61-year-old Lebanese male trader.

The Ghanaian woman is said to have reported to a private hospital with a condition of fever (high temperature), general malaise.

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