Coronavirus: Self-quarantine – Parliament to 2 MPs

Parliament has ordered two sitting Members of Parliament to self-quarantine upon their return from coronavirus infested countries.

The lawmakers were asked to self-quarantine on Thursday, 19 March 2020, Class 91.3FM’s Parliamentary correspondent, Ekow Annan, reported.

The two are MP for Binduri, Dr Robert Kuganab-Lem and Ayawaso East MP, Alhaji Naser Toure.

The legislators are on trips abroad and expected back into the country tomorrow, Friday, 20 March 2020.

Majority leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu also urged some staff of Parliament and their spouses who have been exposed to the virus to self-quarantine for the mandatory two weeks as prescribed by the World Health Organisation.

Ghana has so far recorded 11 cases of the coronavirus.


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