President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is addressing the nation on the measures his government is taking to combat the spread of the novel COVID-19 among Ghanaians. Today’s address is the President’s 18th update since Ghana recorded its first two cases of COVID-19 in March, 2020. Today’s address comes at a
Ghana’s COVID-19 total case count has risen to 47,126 with 29 new cases according to updates by the Ghana Health Service. The active cases stand at 347 and the number of recoveries/discharge is now 46,469. Sadly, two more people have died from the virus taking the tally to 310. Positive cases from International
Could specially trained sniffer dogs soon be used to detect coronavirus at airports? According to a French-Lebanese research team, the animals can detect Covid-19 in almost 100% of cases, after smelling human sweat. Now they are training 20 dogs belonging to Lebanon’s security forces to screen arrivals at Beirut airport.