28 students of St Martin’s SHS admitted at hospital
Medical examinations including laboratory tests conducted on the students at the hospital indicate that the students were having swollen throats, gastritis, tonsillitis, urinary infections and gastroenteritis.
Dr Prince BaahVan-Ess of Nsawam Govern Hospital said this to the Ghana News Agency in an interview at Nsawam.
He said the students made up of 19 girls and nine boys were all admitted at the hospital.
Dr Van-Ess said at the moment three girls and one boy are still on admission at the hospital whiles 24 had been treated and discharged back to school.
Mr Theo Thatmor-Sarcoh, the headmaster of the school, confirmed the statement of Dr Van-Ess.