Grand Bassa’s Superintendent Janjay Baikpeh has broken grounds in Waka Town for the construction of a palava hut.
Grand Bassa has recorded an additional three new Coronavirus cases, just as the government has begun to relax the most stringent measures put in place to contain the virus. The county now has a total of nine cases.
Nearly two days after Grand Bassa confirmed its first Coronavirus case, three additional cases have emerged.
Grand Bassaâ€™s county administration has begun distributing sanitation materials across the county and pushing to raise awareness about the Coronavirus.
Grand Bassa has begun voluntarily implementing most of the health emergency measures proposed by the Ministry of Health to contain the spread of the Coronavirus in Margibi and Montserrado.
After national health officials announced the first two confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Liberia, Grand Bassaâ€™s county authorities have moved swiftly to institute stringent measures aimed at preventing the virus from spreading within the county.
At least one suspect identified as Emmanuel Kollie, aged 38, has been arrested in connection with the recent killing of a German national working for the International Consultant Capital in Buchanan, Grand Bassa.
Following a fatal accident along the Buchanan highway involving the vehicle of Grand Bassaâ€™s Superintendent Janjay Baikpeh and a motorcyclist, the Liberia National Police has launched an investigation into the accident.