The 37 Military Hospital says it will from Friday, February 7 to 6 March 2020, close down some sections of the hospital to conduct a routine fumigation exercise.
According to a statement signed by the Deputy Director for Press Relations at the Ghana Armed Forces and sighted by GhanaWeb, the routine exercise will be held at the Medical and Emergency Units (MEU) and the Trauma, Surgical and Emergency Units.
The Hospital said the closure had become necessary to enable the authorities to undertake fumigation as a remedy to any infestation at these units.
“However, measures have been put in place to ensure that patients that are already on admissions are not negatively affected. These patients will be transferred to wards during the fumigation exercise,” the statement read.
The hospital says it deeply regrets any inconvenience that the closure would cause.
Find a copy of the statement below: