Strictly observe all protocol against COVID-19 – JHS1 pupil advices colleague students


All final year students are resuming school in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic to enable them undertake their final examination.

This was after President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in one of his addresses to the nation on the COVID-19 situation, announced that final year students can go back to the classroom to take their exams.

Certainly, this order comes at a time the coronavirus figures are increasing daily.

As of the time I was writing this piece on Saturday 20th June, 2020, the total confirmed cases in Ghana stood at 13,707 with 10,074 recoveries and 85 deaths.

The government has now opened Final year students to go to school.

From Universities final year students, through to Junior High School 3 final year students. These students have to protect themselves from the virus.

This means that they have to strictly observe all the safety protocols outlined by health authorities to deal with the pandemic.

The government and health personnel have put in place measures to avoid coronavirus.

These measures include the wearing of nose mask, avoiding handshakes and hugs, washing hands regularly, the use of hand sanitizers, observing social distance etc.

My colleagues out there try to protect yourselves from this Covid-19 by observing all these protocols.

I know some Ghanaian kids would try to misbehave but if you get it you would spread the virus to innocent souls and so we must all try to avoid it.

Source: Honnes Nana Kwame Korsah, JHS 1 pupil, Family Life International School


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