Ghana Health Service touts Dr. Letsa’s contributions to Covid-19 fight in Volta Region

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Dr. Yao Archibald Letsa
Dr. Yao Archibald Letsa

The Volta Regional Health Directorate of the Ghana Health Service has touted the instrumental achievements of the Volta Regional Minister Designate Dr. Yao Archibald Letsa in the midst of the Novel Coronavirus pandemic within the region.

Presenting an honour to Dr. Yao Archibald Letsa for exhibiting an inspirational and selfless leadership in the Volta region, the Volta Regional Health Directorate in a citation signed by Dr. Anthony Adofo-Ofosu, the Deputy Director-General of the Ghana Health Service has touted some contributions made by the Minister towards the fight againat covid-19 in the region.

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The achievements as outlined by the Ghana Health Service which were personally driven and  accomplished by Dr. Yao Archibald Letsa include;

1. Facilitating the establishment of a Regional Treatment Centre in record time.

2. The facilitation of establishment of the establishment of the University of Health and Allied Sciences Covid-19 testing centre.

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3. Securing a 48 Well PCR Machine with the collaboration of the Volta Regional Members of Parliament Caucus. The addition of this equipment exponentially increase the testing center’s capacity to meet the enormous demand at the time.

4. Intervening to secure a comfortable temporal accommodation who were affected in the course of duty.

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According to the Ghana Health Service, the success story in the management of covid-19 in the Volta region cannot be told without the sterling, infectious and outstanding leadership of Dr. Letsa in the moment of crisis.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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