Management of the Tamale teaching hospital has indicated that henceforth they will not allow more than twenty people around the hospital mortuary to perform special rituals for the dead
The management in a statement sign by the acting chief executive Dr.Kareem Mumuni, indicated that this is part of measures instituted by the management of the hospital in response to the COVID -19 pandemic, therefore he said people are not supposed to congregate at the mortuary
The statement read “the hospital with immediate effect shall not allow more than TWENTY (20) people around the mortuary to perform the rituals for the dead. This is in line with the president directives in relation to COVID – 19 pandemic”.
“The general public is therefore advised to take note of this and comply to avoid any altercations at the mortuary. The hospital shall not hesitate to invite the security service for assistance if the need arises,” the statement added
“It is our sincere hope that the general public would bear with us and comply to prevent the spread of COVID – 19.This and other measures shall be reviewed as and when necessary,” the statement conclude.
Source:AlhassanYakubu | www.diamondfmonline.com | Ghana