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Mercy Ships supports Ghana Health Service

Mercy Ships has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the Ghana Health Service to contribute to the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic. The donation is...

All telcos provided data for COVID-19 contact tracing, no privacy breached...

National Communications Authority (NCA) has said that all telecommunication companies operating in the country provided data to assist the Ghana Health Service contact trace...

Lilian Ohene’s thoughts …Stop the stigma, save yourself

Interacting with people who have had varying experiences with COVID-19, the issue of stigma tends to be present in virtually all dimensions. Right from...

Enterprise Trustees announces additional COVID-19 support package targeted at its scheme...

The Enterprise Group on 19th of March at the very onset of the pandemic stepped up to lead Corporate Ghana in the fight of...

GCAA, Airports Company waive landing charges indefinitely

The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) and Ghana Airport Company (GACL) have waived landing charges indefinitely for all flights that use Ghana’s airports. The...

MTN reopens service centres

MTN Ghana has re-opened all of its service centers across the country some of which were closed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Considering...

Employers, MOTI & MOH outline strict measures to stop spread of...

The Ghana Employers’ Association (GEA), in collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI), has published 11...

COVID-19 is here to stay; we must learn to live with...

Gov’t assures of no more lockdowns as economic impact could be catastrophic Government, through the Ministry of Health, has given the strongest indication yet...

‘Don’t use fingers to Count Money’ campaign launched

KRIF Ghana Limited, a household brand in superior quality European stationary and accessories, is embarking on a ‘Stay Safe Campaign’ to support all efforts...

Ghana’s COVID-19 cases jump to 4,012 with 323 recoveries

The total confirmed coronavirus cases in Ghana have now reached 4,012 along with 323 recoveries with 18 recorded deaths, as at Friday, May 8,...

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