The District Chief Executive of Wa East Assembly Mr. Jotie Moses has distributed a sizeable number of nose masks and hand sanitizers to some taxi drivers and traders in some selected communities as parts of efforts to control the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The DCE also seized the opportunity to educate them on social distancing, wearing of nose mask and further charged them to strictly adherence to all precautionary protocols by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Speaking with Ghanadistricts.com, Mr. Jotie said, although the directive making it mandatory for people to wear nose masks to public places is yet to be in full force, the Assembly had started displayed “No Mask, No Entry” notices on doors of its offices.
He warned that people should get their own locally made masks since the assembly cannot provide for everyone.
He commended the district health personnel and especially the security agencies for their efforts in ensuring that the citizenry adheres to the various safety etiquettes and assured that all needed resources will be provided to ensure their smooth operations.
Mr Moses Jotie urged the people to follow all laid down precautionary protocols such as social distancing, hand washing, avoid unhygienic environments, and stay free from the viral infection.
Story Author : Rosemary Obeng Yeboah /Ghanadistricts.com