No need to impose travel restrictions over Marburg virus, observe Covid-19 safety protocols – WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) says although some cases of the Marburg virus have been recorded in Ghana, there is no need to impose a travel restriction. 

Ghana and Guinea have recorded fresh cases of the deadly virus.

The WHO Country Representative, Dr. Francis Kasola urged Ghanaians to observe COVID-19 safety protocols in order to prevent the spread of the Marburg virus

“We are not recommending any travel restrictions. There will be no cause for alarm as long as people follow the advice we have given, particularly the COVID-19 prevention protocols; washing of hands, among others.”


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