Thursday , January 21 2021

Health And Wellness

Reopening Schools for Kindergarten is Dangerous- KLM

Pro-religious group Kingdom Loyalists Movement has called on government to reconsider it’s decision to reopen schools. The group describes decision to open schools for kindergartens as dangerous. Read a press statement issued by the group below… PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE! 04/01/2021 GOVERNMENT’S DECISION TO REOPEN SCHOOLS FOR KINDERGARTEN PUPILS …

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Kasoa: Ambulance Service Staff Abandons Post, Leave Accident Victims to their Fate

All staff of the Ambulance Service posted to Kasoa on Tuesday abandoned their post leaving accident victims to their fate. An accident occurred at the Kasoa second bust stop when a Twifo Praso-Accra bound sprinter bus with 23 passengers on board somersaulted. Some of the passengers sustained various degrees of …

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African Enterprise Donate Beds and Hand washing Equipment to Kasoa Mother and Child Hospital, Others

A philanthropic group, African Enterprise has donated beds to the Mother and Child Hospital in Kasoa. The hospital project which started in 2015 has been partially commissioned for use but lacks several amenities. Presenting the beds which numbered in ten, board chairman of the organization, Rev. Dr. Nii Amoo-Darko underscored …

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DEATH TOLL- FIVE MORE LIVES LOST TO COVID 19.

      The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has confirmed that five more lives have been lost to the covid19. The coronavirus which had an outbreak in mid- March has produced a lot of case counts and a death toll on the citizens of Ghana. According to the GHS, the …

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PLANCENTA PIT CAUSES OFFENSIVE ODOR

placenta pit causes offensive odor

PLACENTA PIT CAUSES OFFENSIVE ODOR DOR ST.Gregory hospital entranceST Gregory catholic hospital located in the Gomoa east district, Gomoa Buduburam to be preside. Is one of the renowned hospital we have in central region, kasoa. The hospital placenta pit causes offensive odor. Due to the total amount of birth a …

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“WHY CAN’T WE SELL ON SUNDAYS”? SAY’S TRADERS AT GOMOA BUDUBURAM

“WHY CAN’T WE SELL ON SUNDAYS”? SAY’S TRADERS AT GOMOA BUDUBURAM

  The Gomoa Buduburam is a town located in the Gomoa East district in the central region. It is located 44 kilometers west of Accra, Ghana. The Gomoa Buduburam is a refugee camp open by the United Nations High Commissioner(UNCHR) for Liberian refugees in the year 1990. The Goma Buduburam …

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FACE SHIELD CANNOT PROTECT CITIZENS -GHS.

The Head of Surveillance of the Ghana Health Service,Dr. Asiedu Bekoe on Tuesday 14 July addressed citizens  on the use of face shields. At the weekly press,held by the Ministry of Information,he says that face shields cannot protect citizens from the novel coronavirus.   He explained that some citizens have …

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Corona virus: Odupong Traditional Council Donate Items to Agencies

Some agencies within the Awutu Senya East Municipality, Kasoa, have received some items from the Odupong Traditional Council to help the fight against the corona virus pandemic. The agencies include the Kasoa Divisional Police Command, ambulance service, some selected health institutions within the Awutu Senya East and Kasoa based Pink …

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Covid19: Fashion Company Queenliz Donates Nosemasks to Pink FM, Hospitals

A Kasoa based fashion company, QueenLiz Fashions has donated nose masks to the staff of Pink 96.9 FM. According to PRO of Queenliz, Abdul Rahman, several health organizations and government institutions including the Ga South Municipal Assembly have also benefited from their benevolence. He said the move is to equip …

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Chiefs and indigenes of Odupong Ofaakor Protest Against the Use of Odusec as an Isolation Center

Chiefs and elders of Odupong-Ofaakor in the central region are protesting against the use of the Odupong Senior High School as an isolation center for covid19 patients. According to them the Municipal Chief Executives failed to dialogue with the traditional authorities before taking the decision. Speaking to Pinknews spokesperson for …

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