Sinoe’s county health officer is calling for the central government and international partners to work with the county to renovate an abandoned center that previously used to treat Ebola patients.
Of all the challenges in Sinoe’s fight to contain COVID-19, the county health officer of Sinoe says he is most worried about the lack of an ambulance service to transport patients to and from the F.J. Grant Referral Hospital.
Sinoe has recorded two additional confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Bong authorities have concluded a meeting aimed at enforcing the state of emergency regulations in the fight against the Coronavirus.
Sinoeâ€™s chapter of the National Civil Society Council of Liberia has kicked off a 21-day door-to-door awareness campaign against the spread of the Coronavirus disease, otherwise known as COVID-19. The campaign was launched on Friday, March 27.
Following nearly two months of negotiations between the management of F. J. Grant Memorial Hospital in Greenville and Welthungerhilfe, the German aid group has agreed to provide electricity and potable drinking water to four hospitals and clinics in the county which it helped to construct or refurbish, including the F. J. Grant.
With 63 criminal cases on the docket for the November term of court, Judge Yarmie Gbeisay of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court has expressed particular concern about the overcrowded docket and the need for speedy reduction of cases.
The judge assigned at the Ninth Judicial Circuit in Bong for the August term, Karboi Nuta, has opened a new term of court with a call for Liberians to respect one another, the environment, authorities, and the country.