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Boris Johnson could be off work at least a month

Boris Johnson faces between one and two months out of action even if he makes a full recovery, scientists warned ahead of the coronavirus-stricken premier’s third night in hospital.   Experts said a ‘period of inactivity’ in intensive care would result in the Prime Minister suffering a significant loss of muscle mass and strength. They forecast Mr […]

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Government doing its best in coronavirus fight – Tina Mensah

A Deputy Minister for Health, who doubles as the Member of Parliament for Weija Gbawe, Tina Mensah, says the government is doing its best in the fight against the novel coronavirus. According to her, the government’s proactive measures taken in the wake of the pandemic are evidence of gains made. “There is nobody that can […]

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Radfords share sweet photos of their 22nd newborn baby

Britain’s largest family have shared the first official photograph of their 22nd child after giving welcoming her on Friday night. Sue, 44, and husband Noel Radford, 48, from Lancashire, who welcomed their first child thirty years ago, shared a picture to their Instagram account as their little girl settled into the household. The couple, who […]

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COPEC, CPA sue NPA over new LPG levy

The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers Ghana (COPEC), and the Consumer Protection Agency (CPA), have sued the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) over the introduction of the Cylinder Recirculation Recovery Margin (CRM), which will allow LPG operators to start charging 13.5 pesewas for each kilogram of LPG. The two entities in their writ of summons contend among […]

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Fire ravages Old Fadama, hundreds rendered homeless

Countless residents of Old Fadama are homeless after fire swept through the slum destroying hundreds of structures. The fire started around 2 AM on Tuesday and destroyed properties according to eyewitnesses. Adam Kadir, a resident of the area, noted on Eyewitness News that Fire Service personnel were not called in quickly enough to contain the […]

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Community water agencies to also provide free water to consumers – Minister

Community water providers, and not just the Ghana Water Company Limited, are supposed to provide free water to their customers for the next three months amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. President Nana Akufo-Addo announced that the government will be taking care of the water bills for all Ghanaians for April, May and June 2020. The […]

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COPEC, Consumer Protection Agency sue NPA over new levy on LPG

The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers and the Consumer Protection Agency have sued the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) over the introduction of the Cylinder Recirculation Recovery Margin which will allow LPG operators to start charging 13.5 pesewas for each kilogram of LPG. The two companies in their writ of summons argue among others that the NPA […]

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Coronavirus UK: Chris Whitty admits mass testing came too late

Britain should have acted more quickly and followed the example of Germany to introduce mass coronavirus testing, England’s Chief Medical Officer admitted today.  Professor Chris Whitty spoke as figures released today show that Berlin has managed to keep its death toll below that of the UK despite having around double the confirmed cases. Today was […]

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COVID-19: Government must subsidize electricity tariffs – Mahama

Former President John Dramani Mahama is pushing for a subsidization of electricity tariff amid the Coronavirus outbreak in Ghana. Mr. Mahama in a statement suggested that “a subsidy payment from the Stabilization Fund to the ECG and other generating companies can provide some temporary relief, however small, to consumers in this difficult period.” The former […]

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John Mahama writes on day 9 of Coronavirus-induced partial lockdown

Today is the 9th day of the partial lockdown declared by the President. Yesterday, we received with concern news of the hospitalization and transfer for intensive care of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. COVID-19 is proving to be a highly infectious disease and no respecter of persons. This is the reason why we must cooperate […]

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‘We appreciate you very much’ – Nana Addo to health workers

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has extended the appreciation of the nation to all health workers across the country for the continued sacrifices they are making in caring for those infected with the Coronavirus, and in caring for the sick in general. Speaking at a meeting with the leadership of the Ghana Medical Association on […]

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Tiger King star Joe Exotic’s niece claims he froze dead tiger cubs to sell

The niece of controversial Netflix‘s star Joe Exotic is exposing all his dark family secrets that go well beyond the revelations in the blockbuster Netflix series in an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV. Chealsi Putman says behind her uncle’s over the top persona portrayed on TV lies an evil conniving person who tries to take advantage […]

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I haven’t been misleading Speaker of Parliament, God forbid it – Majority Leader

The Majority Leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has disputed claims that he has been misleading the Speaker of Parliament, Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye. Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu had earlier accused the Majority Leader of leading the Speaker of Parliament astray. “There is no problem between myself and the Speaker but things must be done right. […]

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Asem replies Sarkodie’s ‘Sub Zero’ with a new rap diss song

– Advertisement – The beef is getting more interesting as the two are ready to show off as who’s the best when it come to the rap business. READ ALSO: Sarkodie shreds Asem into pieces with ‘Sub-Zero’ diss track Asem, after Sarkodie took him to the cleaners with heavy punchlines, diss song ‘Sub Zero’ has […]

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Senate to rush through ANOTHER $250 billion bailout for small businesses as early as Thursday

Mitch McConnell wants to have another round of small business bailouts on the Senate floor by Thursday in an expansion of the Paycheck Protection Program. ‘It is quickly becoming clear that Congress will need to provide more funding or this crucial program may run dry. That cannot happen,’ McConnell said in a statement Tuesday. McConnell […]

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Showboy calls on Asem to reply Sarkodie ‘Sub Zero’ song

– Advertisement – Showboy who is currently serving a 6-year jail term in the US have reacted to Sarkodie’s diss song  ‘Sub Zero’. READ ALSO: I have no time for disrespect – Reggie Rockstone replies Shatta Wale Yesterday Sarkodie got social media users talking with the release of his latest “Sub Zero” diss song on which he […]

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Joshob construction donates $100k to Covid-19 Fund

Joshob Construction Company Limited, a leading urban and rural infrastructure development company in Ghana has donated one hundred thousand United States dollars ($100,000.00) to the Covid-19 National Trust Fund to support efforts of government. At a brief ceremony at the Jubilee House to present their cheque to the Chief of Staff, Madam Akosua Frema Osei […]

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Alarming data shows people of color across the US are more likely to die from COVID-19

Black and brown communities across the United States are more likely to die from COVID-19, according to early data, which also highlights the longstanding disparities in health and inequalities in access to medical care. The numbers are particularly alarming in cities with large African American populations like Chicago, New Orleans, Detroit and Milwaukee, which are becoming […]

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Dominic Raab says he is ‘confident’ Boris Johnson will ‘pull through’ coronavirus battle

Dominic Raab this evening insisted he is ‘confident’ Boris Johnson will ‘pull through’ his intensive care battle with coronavirus as the de facto prime minister labelled his boss a ‘fighter’.  The Foreign Secretary has been put in charge of running the country after Mr Johnson was admitted to hospital last night after his condition worsened. […]

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Coronavirus treatment which uses blood from recovered patients helps the infected recover

A coronavirus treatment already approved in the UK and US which uses blood from recovered patients can help the infected get better within three days, a study has found.  Ten COVID-19 patients in China who were severely ill in hospital saw their symptoms disappear or rapidly improve within 72 hours after the therapy. They were […]

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Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 6,227 after jump of 854 in a day

Today has been Britain’s darkest day yet in its coronavirus crisis with 786 more fatalities confirmed in the past 24 hours, taking the total death toll to 6,159 victims. A 23-year-old who had no other known health problems was among those who have died, as well as hundreds of others aged up to 102. In […]

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Finance Minister to brief Parliament on Government’s COVID-19 fight tomorrow

The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta, will present a policy statement on government’s measures to contain the novel coronavirus pandemic to Parliament as the House resumes tomorrow [Wednesday]. Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye, Speaker of Parliament recalled the country’s legislators after the suspension of proceedings three days ago. A statement from Parliament said the Finance Minister’s […]

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Which experimental drugs could Prime Minister Boris Johnson be given in intensive care? 

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is currently in a London intensive care unit fighting the coronavirus, leaving Britons waiting with bated breath for more news. He posted a video about his symptoms on Friday (pictured) Prime Minister Boris Johnson is currently in a London intensive care unit fighting the coronavirus, with Britain waiting for more updates […]

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COVID-19: GhIS develop contact tracing App to fight virus

The Ghana Institution of Surveyors (GhIS) says it has developed an application that will help the COVID-19 response team of government to carry out effective contact tracing as well as monitoring and .evaluation of all information gathered. The President of the institution, Surveyor Dr John Kwaku Amaglo, made the disclosure at the Jubilee House when […]

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New York City’s coronavirus dead could be temporarily buried on old Cold War missile island

Coronavirus dead across New York could be temporarily buried on the city’s famous Hart Island, where unclaimed and unidentified bodies are buried by prison inmates in mass graves, as morgues across the city continue to overflow and the death toll ticks up.   Hart Island is ordinarily used to bury unidentified or unclaimed bodies. It was […]

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I have no time for disrespect – Reggie Rockstone replies Shatta Wale

– Advertisement – The rivalry between two of Ghana’s biggest musicians Shatta Wale and Sarkodie is not ending anytime soon judging from recent happenings between the two as it has migrated to a higher levels where both go ‘dirty’. READ ALSO: Shatta Wale takes on Reggie Rockstone; says he blames him for introducing rap music […]

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Coronavirus survivors give Boris Johnson a message of hope as Prime Minister taken to intensive care

Two men who have survived the coronavirus infection and spent time on intensive care wards have shared their experience of fighting the disease as Boris Johnson battles the killer infection in hospital.  Matt Dockray, 39, described the illness as ‘the most horrible experience you will go through,’ when he appeared on Good Morning Britain on […]

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Shatta Wale takes on Reggie Rockstone; says he blames him for introducing rap music in GH

– Advertisement – Shatta Wale earlier today granted an interview with TV3’s MzGee and reacted to the ‘popular’ ongoing beef between Sakodie and Asem, the lost but found rapper.   READ ALSO: Tracy Sarkcess reacts to Sarkodie- Asem ‘beef’ He first touched on Sarkodie’s trending SubZero song which according to him, is disappointed in Sarkodie […]

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Premier League stars stand firm and say they will NOT be forced into taking pay cut

The Premier League‘s players remain adamant they will not be forced into taking pay cuts by their clubs following fresh talks this week. But they are willing to discuss deferrals on the condition that they are guaranteed to get their money back. Top-flight players are in no mood to back down and accept salary reductions due […]

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COVID-19: Gender Ministry announces free food hotlines for locked-down areas

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Cynthia Morrison has announced free food hotlines for vulnerable groups in locked-down areas in the country. The hotlines are 0800800800 and 0800900900. These numbers will guide the Ministry in ensuring equitable distribution of food to vulnerable groups within locked-down areas namely: Accra, Kumasi, Tema and Kasoa. This is […]

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