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Ghana to conduct mobile testing for COVID-19 – Prof. Ampofo

Ghanaian health authorities are putting measures in place for the mobile testing of COVID-19 infections in due course, Professor William Kwabena Ampofo, Head of Virology Department, Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, has said. The equipment, he said, had arrived...

Over 779 health workers contract covid-19 in line of duty across Ghana

More than 779 health workers have contracted coronavirus in line of duty across the country. A number of them are also currently in isolation awaiting their test results after being exposed to the virus. Speaking at a press briefing by...

Accra recorded 87 cases of accidents during lockdown

The Accra Central Motor Traffic and Transport Department recorded 87 cases in car accidents in a period of three weeks in the region during the partial lockdown. These were contained in June, 2020 edition of Police Diary which focuses on...

Hunger could kill more than Covid-19, Oxfam warns

More people could die from hunger as a result of the coronavirus pandemic than from the disease itself, an international charity warns. Oxfam says the crisis has disrupted harvests, food supplies and remittances in the poorest countries. It says middle-income countries...

EC identifies Accra, Tema as areas experiencing overcrowding

The EC has identified Accra and Tema as areas with registration centers experiencing overcrowding. In an interaction with Journalists in Accra, Deputy Chairman in charge of Operations, Samuel Tettey said the Commission will strictly enforce its queue management system in...

EC Chairperson not COVID-19 positive – Statement

The Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Jean Mensa, has not tested positive for COVID-19 as is being speculated on some media platforms. A statement signed by the Acting Public Affairs Director of the Electoral Commission, Mrs Sylvia Annoh, said...

Uneasy calm at KNUST following death of student

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Melcom rewards Sergeant Awuni as hardworking police officer

Melcom Care, under Melcom Group of Companies has presented a shopping voucher with one thousand Ghana Cedis to (GHc1,000) to Sergeant Adareea Awuni as a winner of hardworking police officer in the Capital, Accra. The Group has also given a...

Claims against Opoku-Agyemang laughable, false – NDC

The National Democratic Congress (NDC), has described attempts by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to discredit the credentials of Professor Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang as unfortunate. More here: https://youtu.be/IGj3LldVaQU

George Floyd: Officer told dying man to ‘stop yelling’

The US police officer accused of George Floyd's murder told him to stop talking as he repeatedly gasped under the man's knee, according to court documents. The unarmed black man cried out for his late mother and children as he...

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