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Remain calm – Mental Health Authority urges

Most airports are screening travellers and travel restrictions are being brought in across Africa

The Mental Health Authority is urging the public not to panic as cases of the coronavirus in the country soars.

Ghana has now recorded 11 cases of the deadly disease and Ghanaians are panicking, but in a statement, the Authority assured that “the Ministry of Health, health system and institutions are in control and on top of issues, as long as we adhere to their directives, we are all safe.

“Let us not panic, be tense or anxious. The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that our biggest enemy is this scourge is not so much the virus but our fear and panic.

Read the statement below:   

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