The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced two hotlines for parents or guardians with wards in Wuhan and its environs to contact and get first-hand information.
The telephone numbers are: *86 18612084232 or *86 186 12959040
A statement issued on Tuesday, January 28, said “he Mission has advised all Ghanaians to stay indoors and adhere to preventive precautions outlined by Chinese authorities...currently, no Ghanaian has contracted the novel coronavirus even though we have about One Hundred and fifty-two (l 52) students in Wuhan where the virus was first reported. Again, the Embassy is in contact with the students and is liaising with their leadership, the Wuhan Foreign Office and Universities to ensure the continued safety of our students and the provision of necessities”
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The Coronavirus has killed 132 people and infected nearly 6,000 people in China so far, with dozens more cases confirmed in places such as the United States, Japan, Germany and France.
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