The Ghana Health Service in conjunction with the West African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens (WACCBIP) announced the recording of the BA4 and BA5 variant infections in the country early this month and urged the public to go back to wearing nose masks to curtail spread.
In 2022, you will have to show proof of vaccination before going to church and eating at restaurants
Many people have made it a point not to go for the COVID-19 vaccine. Some of them feel there is no need to take the vaccine and when asked, they claim if the virus would have attacked them, it would have done it a long time ago.
The month of December is declared the Covid Vaccination Month where all Senior High School Students , University Students, Health Workers,Security Services and other Public Sector workers are mandated to get Vaccinated or else could not have access them. Also according to the Director-General at the Ghana Health Service, anyone who is not vaccinated would not have access to public gatherings or entertainment such Night clubs, pubs, Beaches, football gatherings among others.
Ghana is seeing a surge of the flu-like virus – COVID-19 among passengers arriving at the Kotoka International Airport - many of them a testing positive. As of yesterday (November 28) a total of 629,831 antigen tests had been done on arriving passengers and out of this figure, 3,093 tested positive for the virus.
The order to forbid people without antibody card to get to government structures has initiated today, Tuesday January 4 2021. The Ghana Health Service (GHS) proclaimed the long stretch of December last year as the inoculation month. Chief General at the GHS, Dr Patrick Kumah-Aboagye talking at a public interview in Accra on Sunday November 28 2021 said inoculation was the surest method for managing the infection.
Pandemonium on Kumasi Girls' SHS campus leave several student hurt by joint military and police team
A pandemonium broke out on Monday night at the Kumasi girls senior high school, following a communiqué from the education hierarchy to disallow final year students from moving out, but rather spend the midterm break on campus. The students, who were unhappy after hearing the directive reacted violently, prompting the school authorities to call for assistance from the security personnels to arrive and calm the situation.
In January 2021,students all over Ghana returned to their various schools following the order by the president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo . Following the reopening of schools,the Ghana Health Service (GHS) announced that 55 cases of covid19 have been confirmed out 166 suspected cases in 23 schools in the Greater Accra Region as of Wednesday February 10,2021. There were 39 students among the 55 confirmed cases. The Director-General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Patrick Kumah-Aboagye indicated that , Senior
The Ghana health service (GHS) is proposing that the end-of- year church services should be held either online or open spaces, as part of measures to curtail of coronavirus during the Christmas festivities. Speaking on joy news super morning show, on Wednesday the 22nd if December 2021, Director-General of GHS Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboagye said the service is dialoguing with churches to see how best this can me implemented.
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has proclaimed the period of December as the immunization month. Chief General at the GHS, Dr Patrick Kumah-Aboagye talking at a question and answer session in Accra on Sunday, November 28, said inoculation is the surest method for managing the infection.
As a feature of measures to lessen the Covid pandemic to its most minimal ebb, the Government of Ghana, through the Ministry of Health (MoH), has proclaimed the period of December 2021 as the required immunization month. The activity is additionally to guarantee that the yule doesn't turn into a springboard for an augmentation in disease rate since there will be high pace of development of people.
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) says it has detected the COVID-19 Omicron variant at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA). The Covid-19 Omicron Variant is one of the most dangerous type of the global pandemic disease to have ever evolved since it has the greatest transmission rate and less sucseptible to the covid vaccines
For daily news updates and articles, click on the "follow" button above.Share, like and comment.The Director General of Ghana Health Service, Dr Patrick Kumah Aboagye has explained that there are some 580 doses of AstraZeneca covid vaccines that have expired and could not be used in Ghana.
The Ghana Health Service has notified all Regional Directors of so Health and Chief Executive Officers of the various teaching hospital about another outbreak of the Ebola Virus Dieses in West Africa.
Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboagye has revealed that Ghana's Covid-19 active cases have dropped from 8,000 to less than 5,000 in the past four weeks and still declining, something he described as a gradual improvement.
Ghana’s cases of the novel Coronavirus keep surging and many are wondering what the country is doing wrong. On Tuesday the country’s total case haul stood at 62,751. The active cases were 3,813 with the death toll at 377. Things had changed by yesterday, January 298, 2021 during the last press briefing. New cases recorded were 625 bringing the new total active cases to 60 short of hitting 4,000. The active cases were 3,940 with the death toll at 390. According to the Director General of the Ghana Health
The Ghana Health Service is warning the general public of the a possible Ebola Virus outbreak in Ghana following the confirmation of 7 cases in Guinea. In a letter dated 15th February and addressed to it's stakeholders, the Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kumah-Aboagye, urged Regional and District Public Health Emergency Committees to include Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) on their agenda. Additionally, the Director General of the GHS have directed that, regions, districts, health facilities,
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has accordingly approached people in general to be careful and restore all realized preventive measures to deflect any conceivable episode in Ghana. In a letter dated fifteenth February and routed to its partners, the Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Patrick Kumah-Aboagye encouraged Regional and District Public Health Emergency Committees to incorporate Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) on their plan. He coordinated that areas, locale, wellbeing offices, port wellbeing
The Ghana Health Service has confirmed that, over 3,000 new cases of COVID-19 has been recorded in Schools across the Country as the number of new cases keeps increasing over the past few Weeks. Addressing the media at a briefing today at the Information Ministry, the Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboagye indicated that, the number of new cases in the Country is on the rise.
Ghana’s COVID-19 deaths cover greater than before to 390 from the before 377. This method 13 added individuals declare died from the disease.625 new belongings hold moreover been recorded, departure the country’s functioning issue count up at 3,940. There tolerate been concerns raised over the public’s disregard for COVID-19 security protocols. The Director-General of the Ghana Health mass (GHS), Dr. Patrick Kumah-Aboagye in a journalists conference on Thursday, attributed the spike in hand baggage to
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has advised the entire Ghanaian populace to take note of negative effects that one exposes himself after taking the previous jabs and again deciding to go in for the Johnson and John son's that has been rolled out. The Service says it is not advisable for such a decision to be taken left alone, going in to take a third jab.