COVID-19 updates: Key highlights from Akufo-Addo's 12th address

COVID-19 updates: Key highlights from Akufo-Addo's 12th address

President Nana Akufo-Addo, on Sunday, June 21, 2020, once again addressed the nation in his 12th COVID-19 update on measures the country has taken in the fight against the disease.

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In his address, he made several points some of which were already known to Ghanaians.

In case you missed it, YEN.com.gh has compiled all the major highlights from the president's 12th address to the nation.

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1. All 1,167 Senior High Schools have been fumigated.

2. One dorm block to be used as an isolation centre.

3. Government absorbs the WASSCE fees of all finalists.

4. After 10 days, a person with no symptoms is not capable of infecting others.

5. Asymptomatic patients cannot infect others after 14 days.

6. Case count and other statistics.

7. Further investments in regions with high cases.

8. Mandatory wearing of masks.

9. Government to give vehicles to schools which did not receive in 2016.

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Meanwhile, President Nana Akufo-Addo on Sunday, June 21, 2020, revealed during his 12th COVID-19 address to the nation that Ghana’s Coronavirus caseload has shot up to 14,154.

He indicated that this was after some 147 new cases were recorded on Sunday, June 21.

The latest data also showed that the total number of recoveries remain at 10,473 and deaths at 85.

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