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.
Liberia has recorded its first Coronavirus death, as the number of confirmed cases of the virus in the country increases to ten.
Health officials in Liberia have confirmed the country’s seventh case of Coronavirus, even as they prepare to discharge the first three patients.
For the first time since the crisis began, the Liberian government has officially acknowledged that there is an acute shortage of gasoline in the country following weeks of denial and shifting blames. Across the country, fillings stations have run dry, and long queues of motorists have formed everywhere petroleum products used to be sold.
After United States Congressman Chris Smith of New Jersey issued a statement of concern over “worsening political conditions in Liberia,” the Liberian government has responded to defend itself.
As the Press Union of Liberia prepares for its congress in November, the election committee has qualified nine candidates to contest for the union’s leadership.
Monrovia City Court judge Ernest Bana has dismissed a contempt charge against the 2017 Miss Liberia, Wokie Dolo, for her alleged refusal to appear before the court after it issued series of summons to answer to an allegation of infringing on intellectual property rights.
On June 7, Liberians woke up to experience a ban on social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and WhatsApp.