Coronavirus: Kennedy Agyapong donates 3,000 face masks to Ridge Hospital

Coronavirus: Kennedy Agyapong donates 3,000 face masks to Ridge Hospital

- Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong, has donated some items to Ridge Hospital

- He gave out 3,000 pieces of face masks to the health workers at the hospital

- Hon. Agyapong promised that he was expecting more face masks and gloves to arrive in the country soon

- He pledged to provide more help to health facilities across Ghana

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The Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Hon Kennedy Agyapong, has made a donation to Ridge Hospital.

He donated a total of 3,000 pieces of face masks to the health center to help protect the health workers from the outbreak of the coronavirus.

Hon. Agyapong disclosed that his gesture was in line with the observance of the preventive measures of the disease being preached in this coronavirus era.

Coronavirus: Kennedy Agyapong donates 3,000 to Ridge Hospital

Coronavirus: Kennedy Agyapong donates 3,000 to Ridge Hospital. Photo credit: YEN.com.gh
Source: UGC

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He further pledged that he would extend the gesture to other hospitals as he is expecting about 100,000 more of face masks and gloves to arrive in the country.

The MP added that Ghana should not wait for the disease to get out of hand and asked all to go by all the preventive measures to curb the situation.

The head of the hospital was thankful to Kennedy Agyapong for his intervention which he said came at the right time.

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Coronavirus: Kennedy Agyapong donates 3,000 to Ridge Hospital

Coronavirus: Kennedy Agyapong donates 3,000 to Ridge Hospital. Photo credit: YEN.com.gh
Source: UGC

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Meanwhile, the coronavirus cases confirmed in Ghana has jumped to 68 as of Wednesday, March 25, 2020.

Also, a third death has been recorded as against the two earlier recorded.

Aside from the practical measures to curb the spread of disease, the government has also declared Wednesday a national prayer and fasting day to seek the face of God in salvaging the situation.

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