The Chief Executive Officer for Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital says Ghana is winning the fight against Covid-19.

This according to Dr. Daniel Asare is because the measures put in place by government are yielding results.

“We are being motivated, encouraged, so we shall work hard to overcome this deadly disease,” the CEO added.

Receiving a donation of some 200 bottled water from the Ministry of Sanitation in collaboration with the Ghana Water Company (GWCL), Mr. Asare said government is supplying the facility with enough personal protective equipment (PPEs) and other logistics, which is aiding the fight.

He said the donation will also go a long way to boost the confidence of the staff who are working to ensure the speedy recovery of some infected persons.

“We will continue to provide support for all doctors and nurses leading the country to save the lives of those who have contracted the disease,” he concluded.

Minister for Sanitation, Cecilia Abena Dapaah while presenting the items, lauded the doctors and staff for their hard work and dedication to the fight against the virus.

She pledged her outfit’s support to the facility adding that more water will be supplied whenever it was needed.

Meanwhile, Head of Pharmacy at the Ridge Hospital where another donation was made, Joseph Adjeitiase disclosed that their emergency unit which was closed for fumigation has been opened.

The emergency ward was shut down temporarily following the death of Nana Osei Kuffour, father of former MUSIGA president, Bice Kuffuor.

According to Mr. Adjeitiase, measures have been put in place to ensure what happened does not reoccur.

The Sanitation Ministry in collaboration with GWCL donated bottles of water to Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Ridge Hospital, 37 Military Hospital, and Tema Regional Hospital.