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Wassa-Akropong hospital and three others get Ebola protection kits



Wassa-Akropong Government Hospital, Dunkwa Government Hospital and the Ayanfuri Pentecost Clinic have received Ebola protection kits from Perseus Mining Ghana Limited.

The items were resented to these hospitals within the business operation areas of Perseus Mining Ghana Limited. .According to the company the Ebola protection kits cost US$10,129.

The items are personal protective equipment (PPE) which includes chemical gloves, gum boots, infrared thermometers, digital thermometers, dust masks, examination gloves and disposable overalls were in response to an appeal made to the company.

Nana Prah Agyeinsam, Board Chairman of Perseus, said the gift was meant to aid the emergency response preparedness to deal with any suspected case of the deadly hemorrhagic viral Ebola fever.
He underlined the determination of the company to invest in the health of the people.

Mrs Mary Magdalene Arthur of the Wassa-Akropong Health Directorate, on behalf of the other beneficiary facilities, thanked the Perseus for its support to healthcare promotion.

She assured that they would continue to carry out health education programmes to improve the health status of people in the communities.

Credit: GNA

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