Dear Mirror Lawyer, sometime ago, while I was driving, I was stopped in traffic by a police officer who claimed he had arrested me because the Smart TV on the dashboard of my car was on. Is that even an offence? Kofi Tetteh, Osu-Accra
The Oxford Vaccine for COVID-19 raises the question: “How does this prospective treatment provide efficient protection right now for frontline health workers, many of whom are dying despite the stringent protective measures?”
For the past month, I have been reading wide on the Internet with curiosity the divergent views on precautionary measures to take for children in different countries, as they go back to school. One question that kept jumping at me was how children were going to do sports with masks on.
Today, I devote the column to my former boss, and one of my mentors, the late Mrs Margaret Safo, the first female Editor of The Mirror, from January 2, 2002 to 2011, when she opted for voluntary retirement.
Many things are happening as the year unfolds. This column was off last month but we can recollect the dramatic election of the Speaker of Parliament on January 7, which culminated in the high profile inauguration of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on the same day.
Since the disease COVID-19 and its virus SARS-CoV-2 (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2) emerged in Wuhan in the Hubei Province of China, global attention has focused on its control and containment.
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 escaped from the cold and made their way to the warm weather in Ghana.