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COVID-19 claims 15 more Ghanaians as death toll hits 533

The death toll of COVID-19 in Ghana has jumped to 533 from 518 in less than 24 hours following the death of 15 more...

11 more die of COVID as death toll hits 505

The death toll of COVID-19 in Ghana has jumped to 505 following the death of 11 more Ghanaians, the Ghana Health Service noted Friday...

COVID-19: Ghana records 795 new cases and 8 more deaths

Eight more Ghanaians have succumbed to covid-19 taking the country’s death toll to 472 from 464, the latest figures by the Ghana Health Service...

COVID-19: Ghana’s active cases hit 6,411 as 15 more patients die

15 more people have died from COVID-19 sending Ghana’s death toll to 464, according to the latest update by the Ghana Health Service on...

COVID-19: 37 new cases recorded at Akosombo International School

The number of COVID-19 cases at the Akosombo International School has increased by 37 bringing the total caseload to 79. This number comprises 74 students...

UK Covid-19 variants spreading in Ghana? – What happened to KIA antigen tests?

Shocking but it is true. Strange United Kingdom (UK) variants of Covid-19 said to be more ferocious than the one we knew in 2020, have...

COVID deaths hit 440 as active cases reach 6,086

Ghana’s COVID-19 death toll has now hit 440, according to the latest figures by the Ghana Health Service. A total of 697 new COVID-19 cases...

COVID-19: Ghana records 433 deaths, 5,786 active cases

Ghana’s COVID-19 death toll has now hit 433, according to the latest figures by the Ghana Health Service. A total of 777 new COVID-19 cases...

FDA approves first herbal medicine for clinical trial on covid-19 treatment

The Ghana Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) together with the National Medicine Regulatory Agency (NMRA) has approved a herbal medicine Cryptolepis Sanguinolenta locally known...

COVID-19: Gov’t to procure 17.6M vaccines by June ending

Government is reportedly working to procure her first consignment of COVID-19 vaccines within the first half of the year. The earliest vaccines are expected into...

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