Friday, July 24, 2020

Covid-19: NW Governor Request Vigilance For Teams to Curb Spread


The Governor at Bamenda Central Prison

The Governor of the Northwest Region, Adolphe Lele LAfrique has carried out an Inspection visit to some Covid-19 treatment centres and requested the need for teams to be revamped, to curb the spread of Covid-19 to other communities not yet affected.

This activity, conducted in Bamenda on July 23rd, by the Governor and his entourage, comes after a recent statistics from the Regional Public Health Office, that places the city of Bamenda on lead role, as a breathing ground for Covid-19.


The Governor visit centre producing mask in Bda Prison

Adolphe Lele LAfrique, Governor of the Northwest region, visited the Bamenda central prison, Travel agencies, Markets, Institutions of some stakeholders, Supermarkets and bars to make sure Measures out in place by the Government to curb the spread of the virus, was respected by all.

" We have conducted inspection in the field, to different places of interest in the city of Bamenda, to see whether people are respecting barrier measures put in place by the World Health Organization and enforced by Government, and we have seen the need for the revamping of task forces, to put together efforts and safe lifes while preventing the spread of the virus". Governor Adolphe Lele LAfrique, said.


The Governor the construction site, Isolation centre (RHB)

The inspection visit included the isolation unit centre, under construction at the Bamenda Regional Hospital, where contractors revealed that evaluation can be done in 3months to find out if Government expectations had been met.

Apart from the anti-Covid kits recieved by the Northwest Region from government, the Head of State, President Paul Biya, sent a grant of one million Cfa, to the Bamenda Central Prison, empowering the prisoners and team there, maintain order while fighting Covid-19.



By Ndefru Mélanie
    

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