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Rail Workers discover a 14th century cave while making repairs in England

Rail Workers discovered a 14th century cave and drawings while doing construction on a railroad in Great Britain earlier this week, adding to the other historic finds they previously uncovered. The workers were repairing a landslip near Guildford in Surrey, England, when they discovered the cave, according to NetworkRail, which owns and runs Britain’s railway infrastructure. An Archaeological contractor suggested …

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Video: We are all getting infected with COVID-19 – Nurses in New York Cries

Nurses in New York are worried about dying due to the lack of proper protection against coronavirus. “We are all getting infected.” The health Workers complained bitterly due to lack of proper protection against the pandemic disease. The rate at which COVID-19 is seriously spreading in New York City (USA) is overwhelming. As today(midnight GMT +0- 09/04/20) per Worldometer statistics, …

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Captain Smart fire Ghana Pastors over Coronavirus: Watch Video

Captain Smart of Adom 106.3FM on Fabewoso show aggressively blast Ghana Pastors for keeping mute on issues concerning corona virus(COVID-19). He made mention that, on 31st night of December 2019, they (Pastors) prophesy on things which are of irrelevant to him. “You only see death of our Celebrities, Politicians, President and prominent people for the sake of money” he said. …

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Why are more Men dying from COVID-19 than Women? This is what experts says

Coronavirus is massively killing people with specifically, more Men than Women. Here is what experts say; A research published by China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention show that the death rate among men is 2.8% compared with 1.7% for women and the research suggests the trend will continue despite men and women being infected at similar rates. According to …

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WAEC Suspended 2020 Examination Until further Notice

The West African Examination Council(WAEC) suspended WASSCE due to the recent cases of Coronavirus in three directives; The WASSCE (SC) Timetable be suspended untill further Notice. The conduct of WASSCE 2020 put on hold till further notice. Directive 1 and 2 will be reviewed when the health situation improves. Source:[WAEC]

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Breaking News:1 Confirmed case of Coronavirus at Volta Region in Ghana

The rate at which COVID-19 is spreading in a short possible time in Ghana is quite dangerous. At 6:30pm news on United Television, reported 1 confirmed case on coronavirus at Volta region in Ghana. We followed up to find out the infected person whether a foreigner or Ghanaian but the findings did not clearly stated or indicated. We will try …

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University of Education(Uew) Withheld lectures for further notice.

Schools in Ghana now locking down and withholding lectures including university of Ghana(UG) and now the turn of University of Education, winneba.Per our report, the Dean of students affairs, Students Representative Council and Academic Board of University of Education, Winneba made this move due to the widespread of COVID-19. In an interview with some of the students, majority of them …

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Some Schools withheld lectures, 6 confirmed cases of corona virus in Ghana.

Some schools in Ghana now locking down and withholding lectures including university of Ghana(UG).As announced publicly by the School Representative Council(SRC), the lock down was made due to the rapid infection of COVID-19 in the country. Concerning the spread of the disease as at 14th of March 2020, Covid-19(Corona virus) cases in Ghana now has infected 6 people as reported …

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University of Education(UEW) suspends all social gathering

Globally, the pandemic disease (corona virus) is causing death, fear and panic in many discourse communities and also affecting students academically. Due to this, University of Education, Winneba suspends all social gathering. Report reaching Iconzplay.net indicates that, the Board of the aforementioned institution suspended all its social gathering with the exception of those relating to academics after Ghana reported two …

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