The Savannah Regional Directorate of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has urged citizens in the Region to adhere to all safety protocols against the spread of COVID-19.
The organization stressed on the need for the citizenry to comply with all safety protocols and government’s directives against the virus, including the mandatory wearing of nose masks, and observing social distancing among others.
The Directorate made the statement during Yagbon Radio morning show on Wednesday, February 10, 2021, as part of it’s awareness creation campaign on COVID-19, it’s prevention.
Mr Isaka Zitor, the Savannah Regional Director for the NCCE, who spoke to Abdul Fataw, host of Yagbon Radio morning show adcocated the need for citizens to practise good hygiene as well as comply with all COVID-19 safety protocols.
He urged the citizenry to report to the hospital when they detect any symptoms associated with the virus.
Mr. Zitor, urged the police to crack the whip on persons who flout the government’s mask-wearing protocols.
According to him, general adherence to the various hygiene practices has declined as Ghana is witnessing a second wave of Covid-19.
He also urged parents to ensure that their wards wear the facemasks when going to school to curtail the spread of the virus as he indicated that the region has recorded one case in the wake of the second wave of the virus in the country.