- The construction of the COVID-19 isolation and treatment centre is almost done
- The facility is expected to be completed in some three weeks
- The project is funded by the COVID-19 Private Sector Fund
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Ghana’s first Isolation and Treatment Centre that is being put up due to the COVID-19 pandemic is nearing completion.
The construction is located at the Ga East Municipal Hospital.
It will be the country’s National Coronavirus Treatment Centre and will further strengthen and enhance the government’s ability to deal with the coronavirus pandemic and any other infectious disease.
According to the facility manager, the project is expected to be completed within three weeks.
The project which is funded by the COVID-19 Private Sector Fund is being constructed by a joint military and civilian workforce.
They run a 12-hour shift daily to ensure that the project is completed on time.
According to the GHS, out of the 427 cases, 272 came from Obuasi in the Ashanti region.
The Director of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Aboagye, gave the update in Accra on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, during a press conference.
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