The Daily Graphic is of the view that more education needs to be provided to facilitate the correct use of nose masks. The paper says as masks seem to have come to stay as a measure to curtail COVID-19, it is critical that they are worn the right way so as to serve its intended purpose of ensuring people do not get infected with the virus. The Graphic suggests that henceforth, those who donate to the
COVID-19 Fund should be made to also educate the people on the proper use of the medical items donated.
The Ghanaian Times writes on the tango between manufacturers of COA FS and regulatory agency, FDA for recalling the food supplement off the shelves, citing health concerns. In the papers’ view, there should be a rapport between Manufacturers and the Regulatory Agencies to grow the country’s industries and also ensure that quality products and medicines are available for consumption. The Times is, therefore, calling for an immediate ceasefire and re-engagement among the parties, adding that a prolonged tango between the two is NOT in anyone’s interest.