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Extend our coronavirus incentives – Nurses, midwives to govt

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The Union of Professional Nurses and Midwives, Ghana (UPNMG) is engaging the administration to expand the motivating forces delighted in by wellbeing laborers who fronted the battle against the Coronavirus pandemic.

The impetuses, including charge exceptions and 50 percent of essential compensations as stipends, were swore in March by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as inspiration to all bleeding edge wellbeing laborers.

The bundle was stretched out to September.

In offering thanks to the administration for the motivating forces, the medical caretakers and maternity specialists state their assistance will be required in the coming days.

“Taking into account that ideological groups are at the pinnacle of their political conventions, the mass get-together of individuals and the gross disregard of Covid-19 conventions combined with the launch of the outskirts, highlight just a single bearing, the district chances recording overpowering number of cases in the coming days if care isn’t taken,” a public statement gave UPNMG’s National PRO, John Agbenyeavu, on Wednesday said.

UPNMG individuals state given the difficult work of the wellbeing experts, the motivations ought to be stretched out to end-of-year.

“Because we recognize this exertion, we approach government to stretch out the expense exclusion to December 2020 and furthermore consider catching all medical caretakers and maternity specialists as cutting edge wellbeing laborers alright to appreciate the half of their fundamental compensation as stipends.”

Source: 3 News

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