Ghana’s Second Lady, Samira Bawumia has commended Virologists and Experts at the Noguchi Memorial Institute for their contributions towards the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in Ghana. Samira Bawumia says Nougochi’s capacity to test and release COVID 19 test results is helping the government implement policies and programs aimed at reducing the spread of the […]
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Two more persons have lost their lives to the novel coronavirus disease in Ghana, bringing the total number of deaths to 34. The two both died two days after reporting at separate hospitals in Accra. This was part of the latest update given by the Ghana Health Service (GHS) on its portal. According to the […]
The Ghana Association of Small-Scale Miners (GASSM), has called on the government to prioritize investment in the sector to help sustain Ghana's economic gains and shore up revenue in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Ghana’s Kow Essuman has been nominated as one of the over a hundred alumni of the University of Westminster‘s outstanding achievement awards. The Westminster Alumni Awards recognize and celebrate the outstanding achievements of graduates from the University of Westminster. This year’s Outstanding Achievement Award has seen Mr. Essuman as the only African in the list […]
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Dr Badu Sarkodie, the Director of Public Health, Ghana Health Service, on Tuesday said Ghana had done well with the management and containment of the spread of COVID-19 since the first case was recorded on March 12.
Parliament on Tuesday reacted to a report attributed to a radio station in Accra that two Members of Parliament and 13 staff have tested positive for COVID-19 following a voluntary test organised by the House last week.
The Speaker of Parliament, Reverend Professor Aaron Michael Oquaye, on Tuesday said it is mandatory for all Members of Parliament (MPs), journalists covering activities of the House, and staff to test for the COVID-19.
Some Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) on Tuesday observed that the government’s nationwide supply of nose masks to help stem the spread of the COVID-19 was not benefiting the vulnerable in the society who could not afford to buy them.
The Ministry of Health and the Ghana Federation of Traditional Medicine Practitioners (GAFTRAM) today met to deliberate on how Ghana can find a cure to the deadly coronavirus infections in the country.