37 Military Hospital Closes Medical Emergency Unit for Fumigation Exercise

37 Military Hospital Closes Medical & Emergency Unit for fumigation

Source: www.thenewindependentonline.com

The Medical and Emergency Unit of the 37 Military Hospital will be closed to the general public today, Thursday, 14th January,2021 to pave way for a fumigation exercise.

The closure of the Unit takes effect from today, Thursday, 14th January to Thursday, 4th February,2021.

This was disclosed in a statement signed and issued by the Director of Public Relations of the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF), Col. E Aggrey-Quashie explained that,  “the closure has become necessary to enable the authorities undertake fumigation as a remedy to any infestation of the Unit”.

He added that, “It is worth mentioning that measures have been put in place to ensure patients already on admission are not negatively affected.”

However, he called on the general public is to redirect all medical and emergency cases to other health facilities during the period.

This he noted is for the guidance and information of the general public hence all and sundry should comply.

The GAF however said any inconvenience the closure of the unit might cause to the general public is regrettable as the exercise is in the best interest of the general public as the nation fight against Coronavirus.

Below is the full statement of GAF’s below:

37th Military Hospital Closes Medical & Emergency Unit to the Public
37 Military Hospital Closes Medical & Emergency Unit to the Public
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