COVID-19: It’s safe to reopen schools – Akufo-Addo

President Cyril Ramaphosa leads South African delegation in bilateral talks with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the delegation of Ghana at the Jubilee House in Accra on the occasion of the Working Visit to the Republic of Ghana.rrThe working visit is an opportunity for South Africa to explore new areas of cooperation with Ghana and to promote increased trade and investment flows to the mutual benefit of the two nations. rrPresident Ramaphosa will share matters of mutual interest in South Africa’s quest for a peaceful and prosperous continent in line with the aspirations of the African Union's transformative Agenda 2063 as well as reform of the global governance system. rrSouth Africa and Ghana enjoy existing strong bilateral , political and economic relations.

President Nana Akufo-Addo has observed that an assessment of the Coronavirus situation in Ghana shows that it was safe to reopen schools in the country.

He stated that from January 15, 2021, schools will reopen its schools.

The President made this known in his update 21 on measures taken against the spread of Coronavirus in Ghana.

According to him, the various schools will be fumigated before they are reopened.

The President seized the opportunity to announce that Ghana has not recorded the new variant of the Coronavirus.

He assured Ghanaians that the Coronavirus testing regime at Kotoka International Airport is among the safest around the world and is in the position to test the new variant of Coronavirus.


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