The Ghana health Service(GHS) have react to report that Ghana has recorded it first Ebola case amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
It was announced earlier yesterday that, a country in the West Africa has recorded it first Ebola cases hence the Ghana Health Service took to itself the caution Ghanaians on how to go about this since it a threat to Ghana.
According to Ghana Health Service in a report on 17th February 2021, there is a new outbreak of the Ebola disease taking lives in Guinea, a country in the West Africa which Ghana is included.
This comes after the Public health officials in Guinea declared a new epidemic of Ebolaon Sunday after recordingseven cases and three deaths.
It’s on recorded that, the first ever resurgence since the hemorrhagic fever devastated the West African nation and two neighbors from 2014 to 2016.
The said outbreak which started in a rural Guinea village before tearing through Liberia and Sierra Leone took live Of more than 11,300 people.
However following the announcement made by the Ghana Health Service on the new Outbreak, a News Portal reported that, Ghana has recorded it first Ebola cases and the GHS have react to it.
According to the GHS, Ghanaian should regard the said information as false since Ghana has not recorded any Ebola case as we speak.
They however added that, the county is on high alert since a county in West Africa has confirmed seven cases.
Taking to their official Facebook page, they wrote; “Ghana has not recorded any case of Ebola Virus Disease(EVD). However the country is on high alert after Guinea, a West African neighbor, confirmed seven cases of EVD.
Disregard the news circulating that Ghana has confirmed a case.”