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.
Liberiaâ€™s chief medical officer, Dr. Francis Kateh, says the Liberian government has only provided US$500,000 of the US$3 million requested by the Ministry of Health and the National Public Health Institute of Liberia to combat the Coronavirus pandemic.
Family members of a woman who died in July as a result of a retained placenta after giving birth in Grand Bassa’s second district are calling for an overhaul of the country’s health system to better serve the public.
During a ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of Tubman University gaining status as a university, the universityâ€™s president, Elliott Wreh-Wilson, has threatened to expel students who lead protests on the campus.
The Rotary Club of Monrovia, during the week of August 26th, welcomed Brian Jonson, President of the Rotary Club of Marlow. The highlight of the week was the commissioning of a medical-grade oxygen plant at the ELWA Hospital in Monrovia.
It was in June of 2014 that the deadly Ebola virus entered Liberia for the first time, spurring an epidemic that killed several 4,800 Liberians.
For 12 years, Oretha George Sayoue and her husband Melvin Sayoue, residents of Grand Bassa’s first district, have been trying to have a child of their own.
Liberiaâ€™s chief medical officer, Dr. Francis Kateh, has indefinitely suspended five health workers of the Jenkins James Dossen Hospital in Harper, Maryland for their alleged involvement in stealing nutrition supplements meant to target children facing malnutrition.