Liberia’s Deputy Education Minister in Ghana for Covid-19 treatment
He is said to be in stable condition
Liberia's Deputy Minister of Education for Administration, Latim Da-Thong is being treated for the COVID-19 virus in Ghana.
Mr Da-thong is said to have been flown into Ghana over the weekend, in what has been described as a “diplomatic arrangement” between the two countries, after his condition deteriorated.
According to Liberia's Front Page Africa newspaper, Mr Da-thong is being treated at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital and is said to be stable.
Meanwhile Liberia’s education minister, Ansu Sonii is also undergoing treatment for Covid-19 at the 14 Military Hospital off the Robertsfield Highway in Liberia.
Liberia has so far confirmed 652 coronavirus cases with 34 deaths while Ghana has recorded 14,568 COVID-19 confirmed cases with 10,907 recoveries or discharges and 95 deaths.
The country, similar to Ghana, on Monday announced the reopening of schools for Grade 12 students in preparation for the 2020 West Africa senior secondary certificate exams (WASSCE).