Spain returns faulty test kits to China as COVID-19 death toll passes 4,000-mark

Spain returns faulty test kits to China as COVID-19 death toll passes 4,000-mark

As Spain’s death toll hit 4,089, the Chinese embassy in Madrid said on Thursday (26 March) that the Spanish government had bought a batch of faulty COVID-19 testing kits from an unauthorised Chinese company, EURACTIV’s partner EFE reports.  The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases rose to almost 56,188 on Thursday (26 March), up 655 compared to the day before. Spain’s efforts to roll out 640,000 rapid testing kits bought from companies in China and South Korea this week hit a setback when the first order of around 9,000 failed to meet specifications and had to…

Kaka: “The Ronaldinho thing is very sad”

Kaka: “The Ronaldinho thing is very sad”

Ricardo Kaká, Ronaldinho’s former partner in the Brazilian team with whom he was world champion in 2002, lamented the situation that the former Barcelona player is living now, imprisoned in Paraguay for using a false passport from this same country. “It is all very sad. I do not have much information to discuss the situation in detail, but for someone who, like us, lived with him and has a good friendship with Ronaldinho, it is very sad to see him in this situation, “assured the Real Madrid midfielder. Ronaldinho turned 40…

COVID-19: Netherlands recalls 600,000 ‘defective’ nose masks bought from China

COVID-19: Netherlands recalls 600,000 ‘defective’ nose masks bought from China

The Dutch government has ordered a recall of around 600,000 masks out of a shipment of 1.3 million from China after they failed to meet quality standards. The defective masks had already been distributed to several hospitals currently battling the COVID-19 outbreak, news agency AFP and Dutch media reported. The Dutch Health Ministry has kept the rest of the shipment on hold. An inspection revealed that the FFP2 masks did not protect the face properly or had defective filter membranes. The fine filters stop the virus from entering the mouth or…

Test Jack Ma Nose Masks Before Use; Else Africa Will Record More Death Than Italy Or Europe

Test Jack Ma Nose Masks Before Use; Else Africa Will Record More Death Than Italy Or Europe

Bill Gate announced on 12th March that Africa is yet to record higher death cases of covid 19 soon more than what Italy and China has recorded so far . He even indirectly cautioned African leaders to watch out.. China run out of nose masks, sanitizers and protective clothes during it’s awful covid 19 outbreak. They were receiving support and Aid from America.. yet Chinese donated skits and other so called proctective stuffs against covid 19 to Italy after it also recorded 100 cases of this virus … Now tell…

BIRTHDAY: Akufo-Addo Turns 76 Today

BIRTHDAY: Akufo-Addo Turns 76 Today

Today, March 29, marks the 76th birthday of Ghanaian President, Nana Akufo-Addo. Mr. Akufo-Addo, seen widely as one of Africa’s best Presidents in recent history, was born on March 29, 1944 in then Gold Coast now Ghana. He was born to one of Ghana’s former Presidents, Edward Akufo-Addo. On January 7, 2017, Mr Akufo-Addo, born William Addo Dankwa Akufo, became the President of Ghana. Prior to becoming President, Mr Akufo-Addo had served as Attorney General from 2001 to 2003 and as Minister for Foreign Affairs from 2003 to 2007 under…

Pastor Mboro Ready To Travel To Hell And Kill Coronavirus Demon, Demands 100,000 USD Fare.

Pastor Mboro Ready To Travel To Hell And Kill Coronavirus Demon, Demands 100,000 USD Fare.

The South African controversial evangelist, Pastor Paseka Motsoeneng popularly known as Pastor Mboro, has expressed his readiness to go after the beastly Coronavirus demon in hell to face it head-on. Pastor Mboro stated that he is ready to take the bold move and make the dangerous journey to hell on condition that he is given a sum of 100, 000 USD to cover his transport logistics. “I am ready to save mankind, I have seen a vision of how the Corona demon looks like and I will defeat it.” Pastor…

Could Barcelona wage cut impact Messi’s Nou Camp future?

Could Barcelona wage cut impact Messi’s Nou Camp future?

Spain remains in a “state of alarm”, activated by the prime minister Pedro Sanchez a fortnight ago. This is a country that is struggling to cope with a mounting coronavirus crisis as its death toll exceeded China’s this week with 769 lives lost on Friday – Spain’s largest single-day surge – bringing the total number of fatalities to 4,858 from 64,000 cases. With the pandemic at the forefront of people’s minds, the country’s second-richest football club is not immune from feeling the effects. Barcelona have announced plans to reduce player…

Chinese company in Ghana to lock down workers on its premises indefinitely over coronavirus

Chinese company in Ghana to lock down workers on its premises indefinitely over coronavirus

A Chinese tile manufacturing company in the Western Region has announced an indefinite lockdown of its employees to protect them against the deadly coronavirus outbreak in Ghana and “minimize transmission risk”. It said on Saturday that “all access/gates” to the company premises will be locked from Monday, when parts of Ghana are expected to begin a partial lockdown to stop the spread of the virus in the country. Effective 5:00 p.m. Monday, the company said the workers will be housed in a dormitory on its premises, indicating “groceries and food…

COVID19: 11 more Coronavirus Cases Confirmed in Ghana; A Total of 152 Today

COVID19: 11 more Coronavirus Cases Confirmed in Ghana; A Total of 152 Today

Ghana has recorded an additional 11 new cases according to the Ghana Health Service today, Sunday, March 29, 2020. A total of152 so far as ghmediahub.com is reliably informed. Ten out of the eleven new cases were people on mandatory quarantine in Tamale, under the Regional Security Committee’s directive. All these 10 confirmed cases are Guinean nationals who traveled through Burkina Faso and Togo to Ghana and were picked following an intelligence report. The eleventh case we gather was, however, recorded in the Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi. The Ghana Health…

Residents in Accra resort to panic buying due to partial lockdown

Residents in Accra resort to panic buying due to partial lockdown

A number of residents in Accra have responded to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s partial lockdown with panic buying of foodstuffs and other essential items to avoid any breaches of the order. The President on Friday night announced the lockdown of Accra, Tema, Kasoa and Kumasi from 01:00 hours on Monday 30, 2020 in a bid to prevent and contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The Ghana News Agency (GNA) visits to some major markets like Agbogbloshie, Kaneshie, and Makola CMB found an alarming congestion of people who…