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Wearing Of Nose Mask Is No More Mandatory But Wear It When In Public Places – Ghanaians Advised

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The Jaman North District Health Promotion Officer, Mr. Tarchie Isaac has advised Ghanaians, not to lose their guards during the covid 19 pandemic indicating that Ghanaians must still patronize the wearing of face masks and other safety protocols, especially when in public places because of the increasing surge of the pandemic.

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Speaking in an interview with Odiakopa Afram Denkyirahene, Yankee Fm Morning Show Host on a program dubbed Yankee in the Morning, Mr. Techie stressed that being vaccinated does not completely protect you from the covid -19 but will suppress the severe pain one may go through after being infected with the virus and will not have any negative effects on your health as a result of the vaccines indicating that Ghanaians must all make themselves available to be vaccinated to prevent the spread of the virus

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He revealed that the district from Mid-May to July 2022 has recorded 19 new cases of Covid 19 with one (1) death hence the need for all to protect ourselves from being affected.

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