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We are not out of the woods yet- Dr. Nsiah Asare

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Presidential Advisor on Health, Dr. Anthony Nsiah Asare has said that Ghana is not out of the woods yet even though there is a reduction in the active cases of COVID-19 in the country.

He said even though some regions have no active cases, the country needs not to relent on its efforts on the fight.

“I do not think it is so much of the climatic condition, or demography of Africa, because Africans in other parts of the world are also losing their lives. Leadership is very important. There are some countries in African that have done very well. Ghana is one of them. Ghana is second to South Africa in terms of testing. We were the first country in Africa to initiate rapid tests at the airport. It is very encouraging because the scientist, doctors can do all they can, but we need someone to move the population along, which this leadership has done.” he said

Dr. Nsiah Asare also said the leadership of Nana Akufo-Addo has contributed to the strives made so far in the fight against the pandemic.

“I do not think it is so much of the climatic condition, or demography of Africa, because Africans in other parts of the world are also losing their lives. Leadership is very important. There are some countries in African that have done very well. Ghana is one of them. Ghana is second to South Africa in terms of testing. We were the first country in Africa to initiate rapid tests at the airport. It is very encouraging because the scientist, doctors can do all they can, but we need someone to move the population along, which this leadership has done.” he noted.

Yesterday, the President urged all Ghanaians to continue to continue to observe the safety protocols to prevent a second wave of the virus in his 18th Address to the Nations of COVID-19.

Source: Ghana Waves

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