The Grand Kru County Health Team has discharged 15 persons from its precautionary observation center in Nrokia, Jroal Statutory District.
The Nimba County Health Team has discharged 12 journalists from one of its precautionary observation centers in Tappita. The reporters were quarantined after coming in contact with fellow journalist Jeremiah Gayflor, who was tested positive for the Coronavirus in April.
Mining giant ArcelorMittal has reported its first case of COVID-19 in the mining concession area in Buchanan, Grand Bassa.
As the nation responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, interviews with representatives of individuals living with visual, hearing, and speech impairments suggest that this vulnerable group has gone largely unnoticed.
Liberia’s chief medical officer has been on a nationwide tour where he is calling on the public to stop spreading falsehoods about the Coronavirus.
The Liberia National Police has released a 49-year-old Ministry of Health employee who was previously arrested for spraying chemicals at a home in Ganta. Aaron Kormah’s spraying caused temporary respiratory problems for a young woman who lived there.
ArcelorMittal Liberia has donated additional medical supplies to aid in the country’s fight against the Coronavirus pandemic. The oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders, and medical regulators are essential tools in treating patients with respiratory issues.
As tensions brew between Tappita residents and the administration of the Jackson F. Doe Hospital over the authenticity of COVID-19 cases being reported from the city, Rep. Samuel Kogar is urging citizens to exercise restraint.