Liberia’s Deputy Education Minister flown to Ghana for Covid-19 treatment

Deputy Minister of Education in charge of  Administration in Liberia, Latim Da-Thong has been flown to Ghana to receive treatment for the COVID-19 virus.

Salt 95.9 FM has gathered Mr Da-thong was flown into the country over the weekend after both countries had what has been described as  a “diplomatic arrangement”.

Mr Da-thong had to be flown here because his condition deteriorated.

According to Liberia’s Front Page Africa newspaper, Mr Da-thong is being treated at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra and is said to be stable.

Meanwhile Liberia’s Education Minister, Ansu Sonii is also undergoing treatment for Covid-19 in Liberia.

Liberia has confirmed 652 coronavirus cases with 34 deaths while Ghana has recorded 14,568 COVID-19 confirmed cases with 95 deaths and 10,907 recoveries.

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