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No Ebola case in Ghana; 100 suspected cases test negative

Ebola Control Ghana has so far tested 100 suspected cases of Ebola, but as of yesterday all of them had proved negative. The last case from the Ashanti Region proved negative at the reputable Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR) in Accra. The Director of the National Ebola Control, Dr Bedu Sarkodie, who announced this in Kumasi, said, “God is a Ghanaian, and that is why he has given us ample time to prepare. He will not forgive Ghanaians if we are unable to deal decisively with the disease when it hits our shores.” Dr Sarkodie was briefing regional » Read More

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