Coronavirus - COVID-19 news in Ghana

Coronavirus #COVID-19

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.
Yapei/Kusawgu residents trained as influencers for yellow fever campaign 12-05-22
Rising cost of fertilisers: Food shortage imminent 25-04-22
Pandemic Treaty cannot leave solidarity to chance 21-04-22
Is COVID-19 over? 19-04-22
Journeying through COVID-19; New normal gives way to the old? 02-04-22
Life picking up at borders, Afloa, Elubo, Paga traders excited 29-03-22
Review COVID-19 PCR testing at airport - Mahama to government 19-03-22
France relaxes covid travel conditions for travelers from Ghana 11-03-22
COVID-19 response shunned PWDs - Lecturer laments 04-03-22
COVID-19 Fund bags GH¢60m 03-03-22
World Bank injects GH¢28m into SME operations 28-02-22
Garment sector lauds govt for covid-19 interventions 23-02-22
COVID-19 expenditures: First Deputy Speaker dismisses Minority's call for probe 23-02-22
More businesses recover from COVID-19 -Survey 21-02-22
Cool vaccines for safe, effective vaccination against COVID-19 14-02-22
"Stop illegal vaccine mandate rollout" 11-02-22
Memorial night held to honour Torgbor Mensah 07-02-22
Fighting COVID-19: Tullow donates 200 data collection devices 04-02-22
GEA disburses GH¢7m to 70 businesses 03-02-22
Government urged to mitigate plight of border communities 27-01-22
COVID-19 sparks innovation in private sector - Jospong Chairman 27-01-22
COVID-19 vaccine plant to be established in Ghana 26-01-22
LCB Worldwide Ghana, GUTA take market centres fumigation to Koforidua 24-01-22
There’re enough doses of COVID-19 vaccines to cover more people — GHS 21-01-22
Microsoft, AGA-Africa fight cybercrime in Ghana, Sub Sahara 20-01-22