Ghana confirmed receipt of COVID-Organics, the purported Malagasy cure for COVID-19 but has since referred the drug for scientific analysis with the Noguchi Memorial institute. Director of the Ghana Health Service addressed the issue at a media interaction yesterday.
Meanwhile the Education Service, GES, has also released a time table for distance learning for pupils and students affected by the COVID-19 school break.
The new time table has only English and Maths lessons for pre-school and lower primary (KG – P3), while upper primary (P4 – P6) has lessons in English, Maths and Science.
For Junior High School levels 1 – 3, there are lessons in English, Maths, Science and Social Studies, while at the senior high school level compulsory subjects – Maths & Science, and English & Social Studies – already ongoing, will continue to be offered.
The televised sessions are airing on DStv 315, GOtv 150, and StarTimes 312.
Meanwhile, a three-day COVID-19 cabinet retreat announced by Information Minister earlier this week enters day two today ahead of its scheduled conclusion tomorrow.