Thursday, April 2, 2020

Interplast, Justmoh construction donate GHc1.7m to COVID-19 fund

Interplast, West Africa's leading producer of plastic pipe systems has donated one million, two hundred thousand Ghana Cedis (GHc 1,200,000.00) to the COVID-19 National Trust Fund to support efforts of the state aimed at...

COVID-19: Regional breakdown of 195 cases

COVID-19 cases in Ghana have now jumped to 195, the Health Minister, Kwaku Agyemang Manu has announced. 106 of the cases are from routine surveillance while cases from those on mandatory quarantine remain 89. Majority of...

Covid-19: Kayayei in lockdown zones to receive free meals

All head porters within the lockdown cities will be provided with free meals throughout the stay-home period, Gender minister Cynthia Morrison has said. According to her, government has already engaged catering services to provide hot...

Covid-19: Ghana has conducted 4,560 tests so far – GHS

Ghana has so far conducted 4560 tests of coronavirus since a case was registered in the country, the Ghana Health Service has announced. The leading test centre in the country, the Noguchi Memorial Institute has...

Covid-19: Ghana treating patients with Hydroxylchloroquine

Ghana is treating its coronavirus cases with hydroxychloroquine, Health Minister Kwaku Agyeman Manu has said. As a result, he said, he has directed the Food and Drugs Authority to allow the importation of active ingredients...

COVID-19 cases in Ghana jump to 195

The COVID-19 cases in Ghana have now jumped to 195, the Health Minister, Kwaku Agyemang Manu has announced. According to him, 106 of the cases are from routine surveillance, adding that cases from those on...
Nana Akufo-Addo

Covid-19: Akufo-Addo and family have tested negative – Physician

President Akufo-Addo and his immediate family including the First lady have tested negative for coronavirus. A test conducted on the first family after the President marked his birthday on Monday came out negative, his personal...

Lockdown: Our soldiers are professionals, they don’t brutalise – GAF

The Ghana Armed Forces have dismissed claims of brutalities by soldiers deployed to ensure compliance with the two-week lockdown to slow the spread of the deadly COVID-19. There have been several videos on social media...

Covid-19: We can’t survive lockdown – Dagomba line ‘kayayes’

Leaders of the Kayaye fraternity in the Dagomba line area say their people might barely survive a week of lockdown without any help from the state. The head porters numbering over a thousand with some...

UW/R: 110 markets, Lorry stations shut for disinfection

A total of 110 market places and lorry stations are currently benefiting from the national spraying exercise introduced by the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development in collaboration with Zoomlion Ghana Limited as...