Coronavirus - COVID-19 news in Ghana

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What is Coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses which may cause illness in animals or humans. In humans, several coronaviruses are known to cause respiratory infections ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The most recently discovered coronavirus causes coronavirus disease COVID-19. Read all News and latest information about the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ghana.
Medical lab workers union hold maiden AGM 19-10-21
Increase in hypertension, diabetes cases in Accra Metro 19-10-21
Support more companies to stay afloat - ICU to President 15-10-21
Newmont Akyem pays GH¢110m dividend to govt 13-10-21
Mental Health Authority cries for more funding 12-10-21
International Day of the Girl Child commemorated in Accra 12-10-21
War over Covid vaccines has a new battleground 12-10-21
Thank you NIC for ban on­ motor cover notes 11-10-21
World Mental Health Day: Stakeholders call for more investment, awareness 11-10-21
Ghana’s Covid 19 vaccination certificate to be recognised by UK from Monday 09-10-21
Nurses, Midwives appeal for sponsorship 08-10-21
E-cedi will boost capital market — Zeepay MD 08-10-21
GPHA records 34% half-year growth 08-10-21
Mobile money poorly regulated— Cyber security expert 08-10-21
Teaching through COVID-19 pandemic - Lessons from OLA College of Education 06-10-21
Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Germany provide 530,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines to Ghana 05-10-21
Respect agreements - UTAG to govt 05-10-21
Producer price of cocoa stays - Takes effect for new season 05-10-21
Organised labour urged to resolve salary issues amicably 29-09-21
Support COVID-19 vaccination efforts - Dr Awal entreats world tourism body 29-09-21
Domestic Tourism, way to sustain industry — GTA 28-09-21
Sales Strategies for SMEs in Post Covid-19 24-09-21
Discard myths about COVID-19 — Public health specialist 24-09-21
US to ease travel restrictions on fully vaccinated foreign visitors 21-09-21
COVID-19 cases decline 21-09-21