The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that once a Covid-19 vaccine is approved, Africa will get at least 220 million initial doses. The first batch will prioritise front-line healthcare workers and vulnerable groups, according to the WHO Africa Program...
The retired sprinter and eight-time Olympic gold medalist reveals he is self-isolating at home in a video posted on social media. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aN_c_fyLzg The world's fastest man Usain Bolt is in quarantine at his home in Jamaica after testing positive for COVID-19...
It was as if some men worked wrongfully during the lockdown, giving rise to the level of teenage and adolescent pregnancies. The Assin South District recorded the highest number of adolescent pregnancies in the first quarter of 2020 in the...
The active cases currently stand at 1,712. It was announced by the Ghana Health Service in its latest update. Ghana has within the last six months recorded a cumulative figure of 43,505 COVID-19 cases and 41,532 recoveries. The COVID-19 related death toll...
“I sympathize with young mothers, but you will be happy to know when our manifesto is launched that we have increased the maternity leave . We have moved it from three months to four months fully paid maternity leave...
The Attorney General’s (AG) Department has requested for the docket on a female pastor, Joyce Oyedele, who was detained Wednesday by the Circuit in Accra after she was arraigned for refusing to wear a nose mask in public. Her appearance...
Consumers in the Chinese city of Shenzhen have been urged to exercise caution when buying imported frozen food after a surface sample of chicken wings from Brazil tested positive for coronavirus, according to a statement from the local government. The...
Some residents of Kojo Boffour near Yeji in the Bono region have stormed the St. Mathias Catholic Hospital to remove the body of a person suspected to have died from COVID-19. Reports indicate the incident occurred on Friday, August 7,...
The Medical and Dental Council has caused the arrest of two physician assistants for allegedly practising without requisite documents. A statement from the council said the two persons were arrested after a routine monitoring exercise conducted by the Council at...
An Anas Aremeyaw Anas and BBC Africa Eye undercover investigation have revealed that some staff in Ghana's hospitals have been selling vital personal protective equipment (PPE) for personal profit. “More than 2,000 medical workers in Ghana have been infected by coronavirus,” Anas...
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