Liberia’s chief medical officer has confirmed that the Alpha variant of the COVID-19 virus, originally reported in the United Kingdom, is present in Liberia.
The surge in COVID-19 cases in India, spurred by a more transmissible variant and complacency, provides a stark warning to African populations to remain vigilant to contain the pandemic.
The Ministry of Health has launched the third phase of a campaign to distribute mosquito nets treated with insecticides.
Senator Numene Bartekwa has donated five drums of fuel to the Rally Time Hospital in Grand Cess to help sustain the facility’s operations.
The John F. Kennedy Medical Center’s chief medical officer warns of limited bed capacity at the medical complex.
A doctor coordinating the National COVID-19 Isolation and Treatment Center has disclosed that five healthcare professionals in Liberia have died from the virus since the outbreak began in March last year.
The Carter Center has begun training to prepare 360 health workers to better handle depression that women experience during pregnancy and immediately after birth.
A nurse in charge of the Nimene Maternity Hospital in Sasstown is raising alarm that the southeastern health facility faces a dire shortage of essential medical supplies.