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University Of Ghana’s Staff Market Closed!!!

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The management of the University of Ghana, Legon, has directed the closure of its staff market on campus effective on Friday, July 30.

According to management in its notice, its decision stems from the failure of licensees and patrons to comply with the Covid-19 safety protocols.

“The notice comes to inform all Licensees and Patrons of the Staff Market that effective July 30, 2021, the University Management has ordered for the closure of the market due to the non-compliance of the Covid-19 safety protocols.

“This decision has been reached due to the surge in the active cases in the country and the need to protect the university community,” the July 28 notice read.

Licensees and patrons of the staff market who flout the directive will face the necessary sanctions.

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Management has, however, indicated that it will rescind its decision after a commitment to abide by all the safety Covid-19 protocols is made by all licensees in the market.

“Until such time, the market remains closed,” it concluded.

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has reported two more deaths in the country’s fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.

In the Service’s latest update, this brings the total number of deaths to 823.

As of July 23, the new and active cases recorded were 435 and 4,521, respectively. The country’s active cases have seen a surge since July 9.

 

 

 

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Trader Burnt To Death In Kiosk

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Fire has killed a 40-year-old trader during an outbreak in a wooden structure in Sunyani.

The bizarre incident occurred in the early hours of Thursday, January 27, 2022.

Initial reports by eyewitnesses indicated Kwadwo Obeng was deeply asleep when the fire engulfed the kiosk accommodating him at Area Four, a suburb of Sunyani.

Reports by Adom news explained that the fire had assumed a dangerous dimension when some people in the neighbourhood attempted to rescue him.

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Another eye witness also explained  that the personnel of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) had already picked and deposited the charred body at a hospital morgue.

 

 

 

 

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‘Bird Flu Has Negatively Impacted Food And Jobs Programmes’ – Agric Minister

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'Bird Flu Has Negatively Impacted Food And Jobs Programmes' - Agric Minister
The Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto says the recent outbreak of transborder animal diseases, including Bird Flu, has negatively impacted the progress of the government’s flagship Rearing for Food and Jobs programmes.

He said the outbreaks “threaten government’s agenda of attaining self-sufficiency in meat production by 2025 as envisioned under the rearing for food and jobs programme.”

Available data indicate that the outbreak, which occurred in 10 out of the sixteen regions between December 2021 to January 2022, affected over 700,000.

There has also been a ban on the import of poultry and poultry products from other affected countries.

The Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto, speaking on the subject, noted the government is implementing a number of interventions to curb the spread.

He also hinted at the establishment of a regulatory authority to strengthen the poultry industry.

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Dr. Afriyie Akoto noted that the necessary legal framework was being worked on.

“The government has taken the necessary steps to update the existing 1960 Animal health Act by finalizing a new bill for introduction into Parliament this year.”

“Once in effect, the updated act will empower the ministry to regulate the industry. Among the proposals of the bill is the regulatory authority to certify poultry and livestock farms and enforcement of sanctions such as the closure of farms of recalcitrant farmers in this country,” Dr. Afriyie Akoto said.

 

 

 

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Covid-19: 3 More Deaths Recorded

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Ghana has lost three more lives in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Ghana Health Service (GHS).

In its latest update, the GHS noted that in 24 hours, the country’s death toll rose to 1,370. As of January 17, the number of deaths recorded so far was 1,367.

On its website, the Service stated that as of January 18, 169 new cases were recorded. Currently, Ghana is battling with 3,227 active cases.

All 16 regions in the country and the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) have recorded active cases. Out of the cases recorded, 29 are severe; whiles 10 are considered critical.

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Since the emergence of the pandemic in March 2020, the Ghana Health Service has confirmed 155,665 Covid-19 cases.

The GHS has discharged 473 individuals from various health institutions in a day. Cumulatively, 151,068 people who have shown signs of recovery have been discharged.

 

 

 

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