Daily Archives: May 5, 2020

Vivo Energy launches Retailer sustainability Programme on COVID-19

Accra Vivo Energy Ghana, the Shell licensee, in partnership with its retailers have launched a novel sustainable initiative dubbed the retailer Sustainability Programme’ to implement human-centred projects in communities with a focus on COVID-19 prevention. The Retailer Sustainability Programme forms part of Vivo Energy Ghana’s comprehensive programme on COVID-19 prevention being rolled-out to complement the

COVID-19: Use of nose mask creates lucrative business in Sunyani

Efforts being made by city authorities in Sunyani to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are creating brisk businesses for the youth in the Municipality. Unemployed young men and women have taken advantage and engaging in the sale of locally made nose masks to make ends meet. This follows a directive by

Dead bodies must be handled by professionals only

Ho Members of the Volta Hearse Drivers Association are appealing to the public to leave the handling of deceased persons to health professionals only to prevent the spread of contagious diseases. At a stakeholders meeting organised by the Volta Regional Environmental Health Department, members of the Association spoke against attempts by family members of deceased

Two COVID-19 patients recover in Hohoe

Two patients of COVID-19 in the Hohoe Municipal Hospital of the Volta Region have recovered, officials told the Ghana News Agency on Tuesday. They are a 22-year-old pregnant woman who returned to Hohoe from Ashaiman and was delivered of a baby, and a 32-year-old man who returned from Tema to Hohoe, were both diagnosed and

Fodome health facilities, communities receive support to fight coronavirus

“Fodome Tomorrow,” a social Group at Fodome in the Hohoe Municipality, has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and other items worth GH¢15,722. 00 to three health facilities and communities in the Fodome Traditional Area to fight coronavirus. The Fodome Helu, Fodome Woe and Fodome Axor health facilities received 25 litres of surgical spirit, 250 millilitres