Fumigation at 37 military hospital

The 37 Military Hospital has closed down its Medical and Emergency Unit (MEU) to the general public from Thursday, January 14th, to Thursday, February 4th 2021 to conduct a fumigation exercise.

A statement signed by Colonel E. Aggrey-Quashie, Director Public Relations, Ghana Armed Forces said the closure is to enable the authorities to undertake fumigation as a remedy to any infestation of the Unit.

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

It called on the general public to redirect all medical and emergency cases to other health facilities during the period and regrets for any inconvenience that the closure would cause.

SOURCEby thecustodianghonline.com/
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