Coronavirus

5 KOTECH Students Test Positive For Coronavirus

Five boarding students at the Koforidua Technical Institute (KOTECH) have tested positive for the deadly coronavirus. Ghanaweb’s enquires from a…

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Abuakwa North NCCE, Police Sensitize Public On Coronavirus Protocols

The National Commission For Civic Education (NCCE) and Ghana police service of the Abuakwa North Municipality has today February 3,…

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19-Year-Old Mother Kills Day-Old Baby And Dumps Body In A Bush

He is currently under investigation to unravel the reason why she slashed the throat of her newborn baby. According to…

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Ghana records 7 more COVID-19 deaths, 692 new cases

Ghana has recorded 696 new cases of the Coronavirus disease, pushing the country’s active cases to 6,086. Seven more deaths…

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Dr Omane Boamah’s advice to Ghanaians on COVID-19 vaccine

Former Minister for Communications, Dr Edward Omane Boamah has urged Ghanaians to take COVID-19 safety protocols seriously as the country’s…

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COVID-19: Ghana’s active cases now 3,286

Ghana has recorded 679 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the country’s active case count to 3,286. The latest update from the…

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MIND THE INNOVATION GAP: HOW LIFE INSURERS CAN UNLOCK VALUE AND UNLEASH GROWTH

Despite the insurance industry’s high vulnerability to disruption and its challenge to remain relevant to a new generation of potential…

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Joe Biden insists ‘more people will die’ if Donald Trump refuses to hand over power properly

PRESIDENT-ELECT Joe Biden fears that more people will die” if Donald Trump and his administration struggle to communicate properly with…

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Mohamed Salah tests positive for Covid-19

Mohamed Salah is in “high spirits and not showing symptoms” after having his coronavirus diagnosis confirmed by a second test,…

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676 Pupils impregnated during COVID-19 lockdown in Volta Region

A total of 676 school children in the Volta Region have been impregnated during the Coronavirus period, spanning March to…

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