The Accra Girls Senior High School has reportedly recorded six coronavirus cases as some students test positive for the deadly virus.
Reports gathered by sankofaradio.com indicates that the patients, all students of the school, were isolated at the school’s sickbay on Monday, June 29, 2020 after showing symptoms of the novel COVID-19.
According to reports, six out of the eleven students who were tested for the virus at the sickbay tested positive.
Those who tested positive were subsequently sent to the Ga East Municipal Hospital for treatment.
The report further indicated that some students say they are living in fear and some parents want to come and take their children back home.
Health officials from the Ayawaso East Health directorate on Saturday, July 4, moved the students who tested positive to the Ga East Municipal Hospital for treatment.
Meanwhile, calm has been restored to the school after a little agitation from some students over COVID-19 fears.
The President in his 10th address to the Nation on measures put in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the country announced the reopening of schools but for only final year students of Junior High School, Senior High School and Tertiary institutions after he directed all schools in the country to be closed from March 16.