Students Of Accra Girls SHS Start Demonstrate To Go Home After 6 Students Tested Positive For COVID-19

Students of Accra Girls Senior High School, have started a demonstration with the quest of wanting to go home after 6 students tested positive of coronavirus.

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Not long ago, news broke about 6 students in the school testing positive of the coronavirus and this has caused a lot of fear in the remaining students.

The students out of fear have started a demonstration on the school premises with them shouting ‘we want to go home”

The video which was posted by Starr Fm’s Instagram page, shows how the students were wanting to go home because of the fear of contracting the disease.

video below;

 

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Current situation at Accra Girls Senior High School amid #COVID19 fears. #MorningStarr



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