Ghana parliament has been struck heavily by Coronavirus as some key members of the parliament, numbering up thirteen and two MPs tested for Coronavirus.
Two members of the Parliament of Ghana and 13 staff members of the chamber lawmaking tested positive for Covid-19 from the results of voluntary testing requested by the President ran in Starr News has learned.
We do not know the identity of the Members concerned. Starr News sources say the results started coming last week.
Following the development, the President ordered mandatory testing of all staff and members of Parliament. The move is to ensure effective contact for monitoring Interact members often among them.
The President, however, assured the test results will be strongly protected.
Meanwhile, the number of cases COVD-19 Ghana soared to 6964.
This was announced by the Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
2097 people who are infected with the virus have also recovered, while the number of days is still standing at 32.