The commander of the Grand Bassa’s Incident Command System, Dr. Anthony Tucker, says all ten confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county have recovered.
The Incident Management System has ended an orientation and strategic meeting with the Incident Command Systems and political leadership of both River Cess and Grand Bassa.
Concern Worldwide, an international NGO operating in Liberia, has donated a used Land Cruiser to Grand Bassa’s Incident Management System, the body set up to manage the county’s COVID-19 cases.
Amid a health pandemic that has restricted movements and face-to-face interactions, many professionals across Liberia, including health workers, journalists, and educators, are reporting increased use of technology to do their work.
Grand Bassa has recorded an additional three new Coronavirus cases, just as the government has begun to relax the most stringent measures put in place to contain the virus. The county now has a total of nine cases.
After being blasted by Montserrado’s Sen. Darius Dillon for signing a recently passed recast budget, Grand Bassa’s Sen. Jonathan Kaipay has responded to the Liberty Party senator and explained his reason for his vote.
Grand Bassa’s county health officer, Dr. Anthony Tucker, and eight senior health personnel in the county have gone into isolation at the ArcelorMittal concession area in Buchanan.
Nearly two days after Grand Bassa confirmed its first Coronavirus case, three additional cases have emerged.