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Daily Archives: March 17, 2020

Ghana records 7th Covid-19 case

One more case of the Covid-19 has been confirmed in Ghana. This brings to seven the number of cases recorded in the country so far. The Ghana Health Service in a statement on its website indicated that the patient is a Ghanaian who came back to the country from France in the last 14 days. A tweet from the Ghana ...

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COVID-19: 2020 Tourism Awards, Kwahu Paragliding Festival called off

Following the directives of the President of the Republic of Ghana banning all public gatherings, the Ghana Tourism Authority has informed the general public that the annual Kwahu Paragliding Festival 2020 has been called off with immediate effect. In a press statement issued by the Ghana Tourism Authority, the institution has directed all individuals and groups who have registered and paid to participate in ...

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COVID-19: Public gallery of Parliament House closed

The Public gallery of parliament been shut down until further notice. This is part of measures put in place by the House to deal with the possible spread of the global plague, covid-19. The 1st Deputy Speaker of parliament, Joseph Osei Owusu told Kasapa 102.5 Fm that the House is tackling the dreaded covid-19 pandemic frontally within the precinct of ...

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Govt, media and medics collaborate on COVID-19 Communications

Government as part of efforts to fight the novel COVID-19 has announced a collaboration with the key media umbrella bodies and the various Medical Associations in the country to streamline communication. The groups include the Ghana Medical Association, the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association and the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana. The rest are Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), the Ghana ...

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COVID-19: Chief Justice restricts access to courts

Chief Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah is restricting access to the courts. He says only litigants, their lawyers as well as witnesses who are to testify in the case scheduled for a particular day should have access to court rooms as the authorities take steps to limit the spread of the deadly Coronavirus COVID 19. The Chief Justice in a statement directed ...

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