Due to non-compliance with the COVID-19 protocols during burials, the Shai-Osudoku District Assembly has instructed families to ensure they obtain appropriate permits before they bury their loved ones.
The national-scale drone delivery service, Zipline, has announced a successful collaboration with UPS and The UPS Foundation to assist the government of Ghana in the delivery of COVID-19 vaccines across Ghana.
Government yesterday February 26, 2021 intervened to avert a serious disruption to air travel and operations at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with striking workers of the airport.
There has been vile propaganda on social media and even in some of the traditional media against the COVID-19 vaccine, but the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), a World Health Organisation (WHO) Level Three regulator, has urged Ghanaians to trust in its regulatory role to ensure that rigorous steps were taken with the health and well-being of the Ghanaian in mind.
A 63-year-old “susu collector” has been dragged to an Accra Circuit Court for allegedly beating his 64-year-old wife (name withheld) with a metal object upon suspicion that she was receiving telephone calls from her alleged boyfriend.
The Chief Executive Officer at AstraZeneca, Pascal Soriot, says the delivery of the first doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to Ghana marks a major step forward in changing the course of the COVID-19 pandemic globally.
Teachers in the southern cluster of schools within the Krowor Municipal Assembly (KroMA) have withdrawn their services after a student of the Municipal 2 Junior High School (JHS) had led a gang of young men to beat up his teacher in retaliation for punishing the student.
Some assembly members of the Lower Manya Krobo Municipal Assembly and the Agomanya Market Women Association have appealed to the President to re-nominate their acting municipal chief executive (MCE), Mr Simon Kweku Tetteh, for a second term.