Newly arrived vaccines to be deployed to health facilities from March 2

February 24, 2021 The newly arrived COVID-19 vaccines will be deployed to designated health facilities from March 2, 2021. Ghana took delivery of 600,000 doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine made by the...

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Gov’t to break COVID-19 transmission chain with deliberate vaccine plan

February 22, 2021 … prepares to deploy 350,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccines from March Government, through the Ghana Health Service (GHS), has indicated that it will along with the preaching of...

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There are post-Coronavirus clinics for recovered patients – GHS

February 10, 2021 The Ghana Health Service (GHS) says there is are Post-COVID-19 Clinics for patients who have recovered from the deadly Coronavirus disease in almost all the treatment centres. “After days...

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COVID-19 protocols revised for Ghanaian travellers

February 9, 2021 Management of the Kotoka International Airport have revised the COVID-19 protocols for travellers arriving in Ghana following the upsurge of the disease. Ghanaian residents who depart Ghana...

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Self-medication adding to risks of COVID-19 morbidity – Dr. Oliver-Commey

February 9, 2021 The acting Director of the Ghana Infectious Diseases Centre (GIDC), Dr. Joseph Adjetey Oliver-Commey, has advised the public against self-medication and rather seek early medication to help...

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COVID-19: Businesses urged to invest in rapid antigen test kits for their staff

February 4, 2021 The Bureau of Public Safety has admonished businesses in the country to procure COVID-19 Rapid Antigen test kits for their workers. According to the Bureau, this would provide real-time...

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New COVID-19 variant can escalate – GHS warns

February 3, 2021 The Ghana Heath Service (GHS) says it has identified a wide community spread of the mutated United Kingdom (UK) variant of the COVID-19 that can take over the traditional one if the public...

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Referrals needed for free COVID-19 testing – Ghanaians told

February 3, 2021 Government-run laboratories will not be able to attend to persons seeking COVID-19 tests without referrals. Since the government directed all public health testing laboratories not to...

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COVID-19: 42% of Ghanaians wearing face masks correctly – GHS

February 2, 2021 Only 42% of Ghanaians are wearing face masks correctly. This is according to a recent survey conducted by the Ghana Health Service (GHS). Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye, the Director General of...

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South Korea donates COVID-19 testing equipment, PPE to MoH

February 1, 2021 The Republic of South Korea has donated COVID-19 laboratory testing equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE), worth $200,000, to the country. The gesture forms part of that...

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