It will be recalled the Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin suspended sittings for 21 days following a surge in COVID-19 cases in House in February this year.
The move was after some 17 MPs and 151 Parliamentary staff and ancillary workers tested positive for COVID-19.
Parliament has recorded new Covid cases, bawkuonline.com has assembled. New measures are along these lines expected to be carried out to prevent the infection from gaining out of power in the lawmaking chamber.
In a report located on Myjoyonline.com, Muntaka Mubarak, an individual from Parliament’s Health Committee said the initiative of the House is attempting to discover the quantity of MPs yet to require the second hit of the COVID-19 immunization. “In the event that the number is enormous, they may need to go during a time COVID-19 test following the chronicle of new cases,” he expressed. “… however clearly I am not the Speaker but rather these are a portion of the ideas I would convey to the Speaker. Likely we may need to get them to retest,” Mubarak was cited as saying.
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