Ghana’s COVID-19 cases now 8,885

Ghana’s COVID-19 cases now 8,885

Thirty-eight people have died of the virus in Ghana Ghana’s COVID-19 caseload is now 8,885, the Ghana Health Service said on Thursday, 4 June 2020. The number of recoveries has also risen to 3,189. The death toll, however, remains 38.

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Ketu North records first coronavirus death; 5 more positive cases

Ketu North records first coronavirus death; 5 more positive cases

Click to read all about coronavirus → The Ketu North Municipal Assembly has recorded its first death of Covid-19 while five other persons test positive for the virus. The case was a 28-year old young man who fell sick in

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Ho: Give us isolation center, free minor offenders – Prisoners plead

Ho: Give us isolation center, free minor offenders – Prisoners plead

 Inmates of the Ho Central Prisons have appealed to the Government to provide the Prisons with isolation centers in the wake of COVID-19.   They also appealed for minor offenders to be freed to make room for social and physical

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Heavy rains displace people at Tongor-Dzemeni

Heavy rains displace people at Tongor-Dzemeni

Click to read all about coronavirus → A downpour at Tongor-Dzemeni in the South Dayi District of the Volta Region has destroyed 30 houses and displaced 70 people. The rainstorm, which lasted more than an hour, also destroyed a church

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Minister cautions against dumping of waste into gutters

Minister cautions against dumping of waste into gutters

Click to read all about coronavirus → The Minister of Works and Housing, Samuel Atta-Akyea stated that drastic efforts are underway to mitigate perennial flooding in the country. He explained that response-oriented measures are in place to attract investments into

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Churches must register their premises – Security Council warns

Churches must register their premises – Security Council warns

Churches in the Ashanti Region have been directed to officially register their premises for effective monitoring by the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs). The directive comes in the wake of the recent lifting of the government’s ban on church

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Cocoa farmer butchers wife to death at Mile 5 in Tarkwa

Cocoa farmer butchers wife to death at Mile 5 in Tarkwa

A 28-year-old cocoa farmer of Mile 5 in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality has allegedly butchered his wife to death.   The deceased, Regina Efe Incoom, 25, whose arms and hands were chopped off passed on at the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital.The

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At least 127 journalists died in 3 months from COVID-19

At least 127 journalists died in 3 months from COVID-19

At least 127 journalists in 31 countries have died due to the novel coronavirus over the past three months, the Geneva-based Press Emblem Campaign (PEC) said Tuesday. “Media workers play an important role in the fight against the novel coronavirus.

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Supreme Court orders EC to provide legal basis for refusing old voter IDs

Supreme Court orders EC to provide legal basis for refusing old voter IDs

The Supreme Court has ordered the Electoral Commission (EC ) to provide the legal basis why it decided to refuse to accept the existing voters’ identification card as a form of identification in the upcoming mass voters registration exercise. A

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More than 110 health workers test positive for COVID-19 in Central Region

More than 110 health workers test positive for COVID-19 in Central Region

 One hundred and eleven (111) health workers in the Central Region have tested positive for the novel coronavirus – COVID-19, with 45 of them, on admission in health facilities.   They are part of the region’s caseload of 439.Dr. Kwabena

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