The Daily Graphic calls for children to be educated on Covid-19 safety measures. It says a report by Child Rights International on the infection rate of children under 18 is very instructive and indicative of neglect of sensitizing children. The Graphic is of the opinion that it is very important to enhance the focus of children as far as Covid-19 education is concerned. With the full re-opening of schools just around the corner, the Paper calls on NCCE, GES, Ghana Health Service, Advertisers and other stakeholders to produce catchy phrases and informative material that focuses on children, so they are not completely left out of the loop.
The Ghanaian Times discusses World Diabetes Day which was launched yesterday. It says the country’s healthcare system must channel a lot more energy, time and resources to provide medical care for people living with the condition. The Paper thinks since Type 2 diabetes is related to lifestyle, a lot more education needs to be done on the kind of foods to eat and in what quantities as well as the best health practices that must be observed. The Times appeals to those yet to be diagnosed with diabetes to seek information about it and live free from it.