COVID-19: Ghanaian creative manufactures reusable 3D printed face mask (video, photos)

COVID-19: Ghanaian creative manufactures reusable 3D printed face mask (video, photos)

- Joshua Opoku Agyemang, a Ghanaian computer programmer has manufactured reusable 3D printed face mask with replaceable and recyclable filters

- The innovation is to support effort of the preventive and treatment measures against the spread of the COVID-19

- Joshua Opoku Agyemang has also designed an automatic hand-washing tap

- YEN.com.gh features his recent invention

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Ghanaian computer programmer, Joshua Opoku Agyemang, has manufactured reusable 3D printed face mask with replaceable and recyclable filters.

A previous report featured an automatic hand-washing washing designed by the genius to help in the fight against COVID-19 in Ghana.

Joshua Opoku Agyemang’s innovations are to support the national effort for the preventive and treatment measures against the spread of the COVID-19.

This latest innovation comes amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus and its rise across nations of the world.

Countries including Ghana have outlined guidelines to stem the spread of the dreaded disease including advocating regular hand washing with soap under running water and the use of face mask.

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With the new automatic tap, users would not have to worry about touching the tap against any possible infection and spread of the COVID-19.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Joshua Opoku Agyemang featured his latest innovation, a reusable 3D printed face mask with replaceable and recyclable filters.

The reusable 3D printed face mask is to help the preventive and treatment measures instituted by the government against the spread of the COVID-19.

YEN.com.gh features his recent invention in a video.

Meanwhile, it was reported that Ghana's coronavirus confirmed cases have shot up to 204. The Ghana Health Service says the nine additional cases were all recorded in Accra

Ghana's case previously stood at 195.

In other news, a 28-year-old porridge seller identified as Suweiba Jibrim has died after a vehicle ran into her while she was selling at a joint at Adiebeba, a suburb in Kumasi. Suweiba Jibrim died on the spot after the car crashed into her.

The incident which happened in the morning of Wednesday, March 31, 2020, left the entire community and family of the deceased in a state of severe distress.

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