As confirmed COVID-19 cases have continued to increase in Grand Bassa, Rep. Vincent Willie of Grand Bassa’s fourth district is calling on the national government to act immediately to remedy the situation.
Barely two weeks after River Cess recorded its first confirmed COVID-19 case, the county health officer has announced three additional cases.
After 17 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were discovered at the Liberian Agricultural Company’s hospital, health authorities in Grand Bassa shut down the facility over the past weekend.
Health officials in Grand Bassa have announced an additional seven confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county.
The minister of health, Dr. Wilhelmina Jallah, has announced a revised set of guidelines that the country is expected to adhere to since the state of emergency ended.
As the pandemic has shuttered schools across the country, the head of the Child Welfare Committee in Bomi is raising alarm over what he says is an increase in children selling in the street to support their families, especially in Tubmanburg and the Gbah Jallah-keh community.
President George Weah has announced the end of the state of emergency and ordered soldiers of the Armed Forces of Liberia to return to their respective barracks.
Grand Gedeh’s county health officer, Dr. Augustine Fannieh, has confirmed that the county has recorded its first COVID-19 case, making it the final county in Liberia to record a case.