The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) on Thursday donated medical items worth $40,000.00 to the Ghana Health Service (GHS) to help curb the spread and fight to end the COVID-19 pandemic.
The items included 20 oxygen concentrators, 20 non-heated reusable humidifier bottle, and 2,000 oxygen nasal prongs for adults, 2,000 oxygen nasal prongs for children, and 2,000 oxygen nasal prongs.
The rest are 20 flow splitters for oxygen concentrator, 20 pulse portable oximeters, 20 pulse oximeters spot check, 280 tubings, 20 surge protector and 20 voltage stabilizer.
Madam Anne-Claire Dufay, UNICEF Representative in Ghana, said the organization supported the government’s strategy on prevention, testing, tracing and treating persons during the pandemic.
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