The Government of Liberia is said to be making frantic efforts in all directions to ensure that it suppresses and put to bed the COVID-19 crisis from the Country.
Currently, top Government officials are now serving as COVID-19 testing ambassadors in Montserrado County.
The latest effort by national leaders is according to health authorities is an exemplary role in the fight against the crisis.
“We are leading the campaign for massive testing to ensure that others Follow our lead”, Dr. Fallah noted.
The Head of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia Dr. Mosoka Fallah led the team of senior government officials flanked by other senior partners in Liberia and participated in the COVID-19 testing process.
Testing of people is key especially during the ongoing crisis, said Dr. Francis Kateh.
The effort Liberia’s health practitioners noted is critical to the fight against the pandemic and should be encouraged by all.
Speaking to reporters, health authorities stressed that active and robust testing of people is very paramount to the effective exiting of the crisis from Liberia.
They stated that some efforts have been made in further battling the spread of the virus but added that more still needs to be done for the betterment of the nation and its people.
Community full participation in testing if well implemented will help greatly in the fight against COVID-19, Dr. Fallah pointed out.
Currently there are three testing centers in Montserrado County namely the Samuel Kanyan Doe Testing Center IN Paynesville City, William V.S. Tubman High School Center on 12th Street in Sinkor and G.W. Gibson Center on the Capitol Bye respectively.
Meanwhile, Health authorities have repeated appealed to Liberians to see the new to go to the three centers to do their COVID-19 test especially when Government senior officials and key partners are now taking the lead and the bold step in the supreme interest of the Country.
“COVID-19 is not a death sentence as such let’s do our test to ensure together we will all defeat the Virus”, they added.