A comprehensive disinfection and decontamination exercise to rid Kumasi Academy of viruses and bacterial infection is underway.
The Health and Education ministries have procured critical medicines from the World Health Organisation (WHO) to tackle the outbreak of H1N1 influenza that hit Kumasi Academy and claimed the lives of four students.
The government has promised to bear the full funeral expenses of the four Kumasi Academy (KUMACA) students who died after they contracted the swine flu virus.
Dr. Bawumia has expressed condolences to the families and the KUMACA fraternity, assuring government is working around the clock to bring the situation under control.
The Minister of Health Kwaku Agyeman-Manu has confirmed that the mysterious deaths recorded at the Kumasi Academy in the Ashanti region were caused by a respiratory illness known as Influenza H1N1 2009.
Test results from the Noguchi Memorial Centre for Medical Research have ruled out meningitis as the cause of multiple death at Kumasi Academy.
Ashanti Regional Minister, Simon Osei Mensah has summoned a crisis meeting on the health situation in Kumasi Academy (KUMACA) after another student died this morning.
The Ghana Health Service is expected to vaccinate all students of the Kumasi Academy (KUMACA) in the Ashanti region following the death of three of their colleagues in a suspected case of meningitis.
It has been revealed that the deaths, recently recorded at the Kumasi Academy Senior High School in Ashanti were due to meningitis. In all, a total of 26 cases of meningitis have since been reported at various hospitals from the school…
There is uneasy calm at the Kumasi Academy Senior High School following the death of a fourth student on Monday April 3 at the Ahenkro Community Hospital near Offinso in the Ashanti region. His body has been deposited at the Saint Patrick…