- Some thieves have broken into the Wa COVID-19 isolation centre
- They reportedly made away with TV sets and mattresses
- The thieves were said to have broken the back door to access the room
- The centre was constructed by ActionAid Ghana to support the fight against COVID-19
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Thieves have reportedly broken into the Wa COVID-19 isolation centre and made away with some items.
The items include mattresses and television sets.
This is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Citinewsroom.com.
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According to the Upper West Regional Health Promotion Officer, John Makpeh, the news about the theft was reported to him by the Wa Municipal Health Promotion Officer.
He said the incident occurred on Saturday when they had received a monitoring team from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
“We took them there and upon getting there, I realised that thieves had broken into the facility and made away with a TV and a mattress,” Makpeh said.
The Wa Municipal COVID-19 centre was constructed by ActionAid Ghana and handed over to the Ghana Health Service about two months ago as a support in the fight against the pandemic.
Mr John Makpeh, however, could not confirm if the matter has been reported to the police.
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