Sinoe’s county health officer is calling for the central government and international partners to work with the county to renovate an abandoned center that previously used to treat Ebola patients.
Of all the challenges in Sinoe’s fight to contain COVID-19, the county health officer of Sinoe says he is most worried about the lack of an ambulance service to transport patients to and from the F.J. Grant Referral Hospital.
The Sinoe county office of the Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-information Services has begun recruiting qualified high school graduates to conduct a household assessment for the distribution of COVID-19 food supply across the county.
A family member of the second district representative of Sinoe, J. Nagbe Sloh, says the lawmaker has passed away in Monrovia at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Medical Center.
Sinoe has recorded two additional confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Greenville’s mayor, Otis Seeton, says the European Union has vowed to provide financial assistance to cities across Liberia, including Greenville, to allow them to better operate.
Three Sinoe communities are threatening to terminate their contract with a logging company for failing to adhere to an agreement to provide the communities with benefits.
Sinoe’s Sen. Milton Teahjay says he wants national and international partners to provide alternative livelihood opportunities for forest-dependent communities across Liberia.