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Recruitment of 2017 trained nurses and midwives begins on April 14 – MoH

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The Ministry of Health (MoH) will on Tuesday, April 14, commence recruitment for trained diploma and degree nurses and midwives.

The recruitment will involve only those who graduated in 2017.

A statement issued and signed by the Chief Director for the Ministry of Health, Nana Kwabena Adjei-Mensah, said qualified nurses and midwives are requested to formally apply on the ministry of health online application centre.

Applicants are to log on to https://hr.moh.gov.gh/ and follow the instructions to select the preferred agency under the ministry for posting.

Deadline for submission of application is Friday, May 15, 2020 at 6pm.

President Akufo-Addo last Sunday announced that health care workers in the frontline of the Coronavrius fight will not pay tax for the next three months.

He also announced an insurance package of GH¢350,000 for each health personnel and allied professional at the forefront of the fight has also been put in place, while a daily allowance of GH¢150 is being paid to contact tracers.

He added that frontline health workers would receive an additional allowance of 50 per cent of their basic salary per month for the months of March, April, May and June.

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