The Naval Medical Research Unit Three (NAMRU-3) of the United States Army has delivered critical medical supplies to the Government of Ghana in support of its COVID-19 response efforts.
Commenting on the delivery, U.S. Ambassador to Ghana Stephanie S. Sullivan noted that: “The arrival of the needed medical supplies underscores the results of the growing partnership between the United States of America and the Republic of Ghana to combat COVID-19, to save lives and protect the people of this nation”.
The April 24 delivery of medical supplies to Ghana follows other critical U.S. military support in the health sector, such as the delivery of two state-of-the-art Level II Field Hospitals handed over to the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) on February 4.
Meanwhile, COVID-19 cases in Ghana have now hit 1,279, the Ghana Health Service has announced.
According to the GHS, another person has died bringing the total number of deaths to 10 while 123 people have now recovered from the killer virus.