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Joy Fm’s Editor Confesses To Be COVID-19 Positive

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Editor of Joy Fm a subsidiary of the Multimedia Group Limited, Fred Smith has confirmed that he is the latest to have tested positive for COVID-19. In a tweet on Monday June 29, 2020 he said “At around midday today, it was confirmed to me that my second Covid-19 test came out POSITIVE. So Positive I am. #WearAMaskSaveALife”

He is the sixth person to have tested positive for the virus including renowned Sports Journalist Gary Al-Smith who has since recovered and discharged from the University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC). Two weeks ago, the Multimedia Group has announced that five of its staff in Accra have been infected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

According to management, the infected individuals are currently in isolation while contact tracing is ongoing to fish out colleagues who came into contact with these individuals.

A statement announcing the unfortunate said ” the affected team members, who were all asymptomatic, have been isolated in line with case management protocols. Officials of the Ghana Health Service are monitoring them and we can report that they are all hale and hearty and are responding well to treatment”.

“As part of ensuring the safety and well-being of our team members and our guests and to minimise any potential for spread of the virus, we have ramped up internal contact tracing, in liaison with the Ghana Health Service. Together, we have ensured that team members who may have come into contact with the five (5) team members who tested positive have been tested and have gone into self-isolation for 14 days as required. In addition, all remaining team members are to be tested. Testing commenced on Monday, June 15, 2020. Furthermore, thorough disinfection and deep cleansing of our studios, offices and facilities takes place on daily basis.”

The Media Group assured the general that “we are working with health authorities to implement all safety measures as required while discharging our responsibility to the nation, our audience and advertisers even in these difficult times”.

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Nana Addo On Self-Isolation After Exposure to Person With COVID-19

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The President, Nana Akufo-Addo is on a 14 day self-Isolation after getting exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

News reaching us clearly indicates that one person in his close circle tested positive for COVID-19.

The president who tested negative this morning was advised by doctors to go in isolation for the 14-day period in order close monitoring. Keep reading from Modernnewsgh for more updates.

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Carlos Ahenkorah’s campaign team member dies; others receiving treatment for covid-19

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A news item sighted by modernnewsgh  as reported by the Ghanaiantimes.com.gh indicated that, a campaign team member of the former deputy minister for trade and industry, Mr. Carlos Ahenkorah has passed on shortly after being rushed to LEKMA Hospital.

According to the report, two other members of his campaign team have also contracted covid-19 and are undergoing treatment. The news item added that, one Mr Bobo, a polling station chairman is on admission at Caiquo Hospital whilst another, Mr. Nana Boakye is in self isolation.

This came at the backdrop of a recent incident of Mr. Carlos testifying that, he knew his covid-19 status but roamed registration centers, especially Tema West on a doctor’s advise; a statement which landed him in trouble leading to his resignation.

Many are still calling for the prosecution of the Tema West NPP Parliamentary candidate for breaching covid-19 directives by the president to risk the lives of many innocent people.

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Volta EC issues 72,000 new voter cards in three days

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The Volta Regional Directorate of the Electoral Commission has issued a total of 72, 257 new voter cards to citizens after three days of registration, which started on June, 30.

The third day had 27,832 people being issued with cards with the second and first days recording 24,912 and 19,513 respectively.

Mr Dogbey Adukpo Selormey, Volta Regional Director of the Electoral Commission, said this in an interview with the Ghana News Agency.

He said the daily activities at each centre from the districts and regional offices are uploaded to the national data centre, which makes it possible to know the figures accordingly.

He said the increasing daily output means there is positive action on the ground adding that if this momentum is maintained the exercise would be deemed to be successful.

“I am exceptionally grateful to the people for the peaceful nature of the exercise in the region. I commend the people for their buy-in, which should be applauded,” he said.

He said apart from a few registration centres, who reported malfunctioning Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) kits on the first day of the exercise, the situation has improved drastically, as its technical officers are at arm’s length to address all challenges.

Mr Selormey said Hohoe Municipal had a shortage of a BVR machine resulting from a breakdown but promised the lost days would be accounted and appealed to the residents to stay calm.

Source: GNA

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