With Liberia having 14 confirmed Coronavirus cases and 3 deaths, President George Weah has set up a committee to coordinate the nation’s response.
The Grand Kru County Health Team has disclosed that seven Ghanaians have been placed under a 14-day precautionary observation period at the Rally Time Hospital. They traveled to the county via canoes from neighboring Ivory Coast, which has over 300 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs has presented several COVID-19 preventative materials to citizens in Nimba.
Criminal Court B has disclosed that it has no record of any naturalization document issued to Ndubusi Nwabudike. The Nigerian-born lawyer, who claimed to be a naturalized Liberian citizen, was recently the focus of a nomination controversy at the Senate.
In an effort to contain the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic in Liberia, the Montserrado County Health Team has completed a three-day contact tracing training for 100 persons.
Montserrado’s Sen. Darius Dillon is recommending the government to institute stringent measures for the safety and wellbeing of citizens, in the midst of the increasing number of confirmed cases of the Coronavirus disease, also known as COVID-19.
Liberia’s health minister, Wilhelmina Jallah, has announced that the test conducted on the specimen collected from a patient suspected of COVID-19 at Phebe Hospital has come out negative.
The chief executive officer of the Jackson Fiah Doe Memorial Regional Referral Hospital has clarified rumors circulating in the district that a patient held in the hospital’s isolation facility died of the Coronavirus.