Pre-tertiary teacher unions in Ghana call for school closure over COVID-19 concerns


By Francis
  • World
  • Friday, 17 Jul 2020

ACCRA, July 16 (Xinhua) -- Pre-tertiary teacher unions in Ghana are calling on the government to shut down schools amid COVID-19 spread in the institutions a few weeks after reopening.

According to the teacher unions, measures put in place by authorities here to ensure the safety of both staff and students had not been implemented to prevent the spread of the pandemic.

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