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GSMA details health and safety measures for MWC21

Stephanie Lynch-Habib, CMO at the GSMA, has expressed a desire to demonstrate to the world that the mobile ecosystem can make a comeback and convene at MWC 2021 Barcelona in June, as the organization...

Fake COVID-19 vaccine network busted after INTERPOL alert

South African authorities have seized hundreds of fake COVID-19 vaccines following a global alert issued by INTERPOL warning vaccines would be a prime target for criminal networks. Some 400 ampoules - equivalent to around 2,400...

Bill Gates warns post-Covid normalization could take whole of 2022

Billionaire philanthropist and founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates has said the rapid development of vaccines is "a miracle" that should help the world return to an "almost-normal" way of life soon, but warned that...

MTN supports Covid-19 vaccines acquisition for Ghana

MTN Ghana’s contribution to the fight against the pandemic continues unabated in 2021 following huge investments it made in 2020 to support the country to deal with the effects of COVID -19.   As at...

Covid-19 vaccines come to Ghana Wednesday

Ghana is set to receive the first batch of the Covid-19 vaccines at the Kotoka International Airport on Wednesday, February 24. A statement from the information ministry said the the Minister-designate for Health, Kwaku Agyeman...

MTN commits to net zero emissions by 2040 for sustainable future

As the impacts of climate change become increasingly visible around the world, MTN believes in the benefits of a healthy planet and has pledged its commitment to achieve net zero emissions by 2040. With global...

Rwanda begins COVID-19 vaccinations

Rwanda says it has commenced COVID-19 vaccinations with limited supplies of vaccines acquired through unnamed international partners, Reuters has reported.  The Rwandan government said the vaccination programme has started with frontline healthcare workers. The central African...

Millicom warns of continued Covid-19 challenges

Millicom CEO Mauricio Ramos has admitted the company would be forced to take a prudent approach in 2021 as a second wave of Covid-19 (coronavirus) takes hold, with the effects of the health crisis...

Two masks wearing reduces COVID-19 spread, U.S. study shows

Making sure a mask fits snugly on the face and use of two masks is likely to significantly reduce a person’s exposure to the coronavirus, laboratory experiments described by U.S. health officials on Wednesday...

Covid-19 vaccines expected in Ghana March

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced that Covid-19 vaccines are expected in Ghana by March this year.   He made the announcement in his 23rd address to the nation on COVID-19 status and measures to...
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