The St Joseph hospital in Koforidua has warned its staff to desist from sharing information with the public without approval from Management.
There were reports in some sections of the media that suggested that there were some cases of coronavirus in the Eastern Regional Capital.
The reports suggested that some workers of the hospital came into contact with a rotation nurse who showed signs and symptoms of the deadly virus.
Reports indicate that seven nurses in the Eastern regional Capital were quarantined after they attended to a suspected COVID-19 patient at the St. Joseph hospital.
A physician assistant, a pharmacist and a records staff were also quarantined.
But in a Memo sighted by MyNewsGh.com to the staff of the hospital, the cases turned out Negative after they were tested at the Noguchi Research Center .
In the Memo, the staff of the hospital were reminded of the trying times the country is currently facing and warned that information should not be shared with the public without approval from the Management of the hospital.