Ghanaian students in the Wuhan a city in China have now gotten help after earlier requesting evacuation back to Ghana due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Over a hundred Ghanaian students studying in the Chinese city of Wuhan where the deadly coronavirus first broke asked the Ghana government to transport them to Ghana because they had run out food and were stuck indoors.
Several shops in Wuhan is said to have been closed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The death toll from the new coronavirus now stands at 106, as cases of new infections have almost doubled in a day, Chinese authorities said.
Travel restrictions have been tightened and wearing masks in public is now mandatory in some cities.
The city of Wuhan is at the epicentre of the outbreak but it has spread across China and internationally.
Ever since the disease surfaced in China, many countries are on the alert to ensure it does not find its way to their setting.
Health officials in Ghana have tightened surveillance at our borders and also at the airport with a particular focus on Chinese returnees.