Who makes up a country? Is it the dead or the living? These are the kind of questions we should continuously ask ourselves before we move out from our various homes to the street and shout for a President residing in his mansion relaxing and enjoying with his family to listen and respond to your plea in the face of death.
As of June 22, 2021, 177 new affirmed instances of COVID-19 were enlisted in Ghana. As of a similar date, there was a sum of 794 losses and 92,362 recuperations in the country. In general cases arrived at its most elevated at 95,236, and Greater Accra was the most influenced locale.
For the umpteenth time, the imposition of restriction Law which was renewed recently by the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has been breached by himself. The worse part, this time, is that, he used Secondary School students in the most bizarre circumstances to do that.
Ghana has lots of markets spread across the various communities in the various regions. There are major markets like Makola market in the Greater Accra Region, Kotokoraba market in the Central Region, Kejetia market in the Ashanti Region, among others. Markets found in the various communities are highly visited by members of the community and visitors, in a day.
Ghanaian representative in CAF Champions League Accra Hearts of Oak have confirmed that some players have tested positive for COVID-19. The club - on their official Facebook page - revealed the information which read in part; “ The management of Accra Hearts of Oak is hereby notifying the club’s fans base and the general public that having carried mandatory testing of its players and officials for Covid-19, a few of the members tested positive for the virus.”
The host of 'Good Morning Ghana' Randy Abbey has said that he hasn't seen people die for taking the covid-19 vaccine, but he has seen people die for not taking the vaccine so, he will prefer to take it. Randy Abbey made this statement when he hosted 'Good Morning Ghana' today, 19th May 2021, and gave his opinion on the commencement of the second phase of vaccination today.
As we all know the second wave of the covid-19 pandemic just struck the globe. Fortunately, we are adhering to safety protocols. One may ask, what’s the deal with breastfeeding during this time of the pandemic? In this article, I will be pointing out a few precepts about breastfeeding in the era of COVID-19.
3 Nigerian COVID Patients Gangs Up To Beat Popular Ghanaian Doctor To Pulp At COVID Isolation Centre
Three Nigerian COVID 19 patients at the M Plaza isolation centre have been convicted by the Accra High Court for conspiring to beat up a popular Ghanaian Doctor. According to Joy FM correspondent Kwesi Parker Wilson with corroboration from the Police, the three are Jubreal Abinbola a 23 years old photographer, Ahmed Akinbiyi a 25 years old musician and Ramsey Omoefea 24 years old fashion designer.
"With Or Without COVID We've Organized VGMA"- Hon. Okraku Mantey Declares 1st Achievement In Office.
"With Or Without COVID We've Organize VGMA" Honorable Mark Okraku Mantey could not hold his Joy when he declared these words as his preamble on the VGMA stage yesterday while announcing the Artiste of the year award. Perhaps it's his first achievement as Deputy Minister of Arts, Culture and Creative Arts.
Ghana has recorded 15 more covid-19 related deaths, bringing the total number of fatalities to 945 as of August 14. According to the Ghana Health Service (GHS), the country currently has 6,265 active cases nationwide, with the Greater Accra Region reporting 3,415 of the total cases.
The Government of Ghana On Saturday August 7th, 2021 received over 177,600 doses of Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 vaccines to help fight the Virus. The latest consignment of vaccines was acquired through the vaccine acquisition Trust mechanism established by the African Union with support from the African Import and Export Bank, the Africa CDC and the World Bank.
COVID-19 left us with subdued damage that will take more than just the Government’s effort to mend and alleviate. The second wave of the pandemic in Ghana peaked on 9 May 2021. The following are some dominant challenges that Ghana faces as a country today: 1.
Covid-19 is a global pandemic which has caused a halt to many activities worldwide including businesses. Businesses around the world are being severely impacted by Covid-19 including Ghana. A lot of businesses world wide anticipate falling into debt as a result of Covid-19. The following discusses on the effects Covid-19 has had on Ghanaian businesses since its outbreak.
The Ghana Health Service has debunked rumors that the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds in the country are all full. Despite the recent increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the country, he said there are still enough beds to control the situation. Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboakye, who is the Director General of the Ghana Health Service announced that, there are enough measures put in place by the country to suppress any potential hike in Covid cases.
Following reported cases of 134 infections, authorities of Achimota School have imposed a two-week lockdown on the school. During this period, students in the boarding house will not be allowed to go home or be allowed any form of visitation from family. Day students on the other hand are to be at home for the next two weeks pending further investigations and tests.
As per the title of this article, you might be wondering the countries in which this door to door Vaccinations has began in. Also, you may want to know the categories of people that have been called upon to take the shot first. Do not worry, we have that covered since the news has been circulating for sometime now and we are grateful to have found it on this BLOG and it has a VIDEO attached to prove every word of ours.
Ghana Health Service (GHS) has announced the deployment of biometric devices in gathering the data of persons who take the jabs to ensure equity in the distribution of the vaccines across the country.GHS has engaged the services of a biometric deployment company from the United Kingdom(UK) by the name of Simtrix to deploy the biometric machines for the gathering of the data of persons who take the second jab and persons who are to take the jabs for the first time.
Ghana Football will witness one of its finest fixture on Sunday when Accra Hearts of Oak welcome Asante Kotoko. The super clash is gathering momentum as both teams keep a close eye on the prize, that is, all points. The fixture is taking place at a point where both teams jointly share the top spot.
Defying COVID-19 Protocols And Begging For Vaccine; Massive Reactions As Tilapia Drops This Cartoon.
Tilapia The Cartoonist is one of the illustrious, patriotic and talented citizens that the country currently has. His ability to express current national issues, which cannot be fully expressed which just talks, with cartoons and painting has helped him gain the pleasure of Ghanaians. Today, he dropped a picture of a current national problem that most media platforms and Ghanaians have been talking about over the weekend.
A research conducted by the University of Southampton in Ghana has revealed that, 43.4 % of Ghanaians believes that, the COVID-19 Vaccine Jabs are dangerous.The research further revealed that, 82 % of the Ghanaians are willing to take the vaccine.This research was conducted in March to ascertain the perception of Ghanaians about the Covid-19 Vaccination.