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A Ghanaian single mother, Cynthia Kudji, and her daughter have graduated from the same medical school at the same time.
According to a post by the Ghana Physicians and Surgeons Foundation on Facebook, the feat by the two women is the first time to have a mother and daughter “attend medical school at the same time and match at the same institution”.
Dr. Cynthia Kudji began her healthcare career as a nursing assistant in a nursing home and was soon on an upward trajectory that took her through nursing school to become a hospital RN, and eventually, a nurse practitioner serving rural communities throughout Louisiana and Alabama.
But a trip back home to Ghana confirmed her desire to become a physician.
And now, these groundbreaking women have made it by becoming medical doctors.
They will be starting their residency at LSU Health New Orleans
The Director-General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye, has disclosed that the 533 workers of a fish-processing factory in Tema who came in contact with the virus through a colleague are ‘fast’ responding to treatment.
He told NEAT FM in an interview on ‘Ghana Montie’ programme that majority of them have now tested negative for the deadly virus and will soon be discharged.
“If I tell you the number of recoveries in Tema, you will not believe. More than 80% of the factory workers have tested negative now,” he told host Kwesi Aboagye.
Unions call for Covid-19 mass testing in Tema companies
The Ghana Federation of Labour (GFL) and the Tema District Council of Labour (TDCL) have called for mass Covid-19 testing at industries and companies in Tema to identify and isolate asymptomatic patients.
This, they noted, would prevent the recurrence of mass infection in companies operating in the industrial cum harbour city.
The unions called for the mass testing in an interview with the Ghana News Agency after 533 out of 1,300 workers of a well-known international fish processing company located in the Tema Fishing harbour enclave tested positive to Covid-19.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in a state address on Sunday, May 10 disclosed that “it is important to stress that 533 out of the 921 new cases recorded between last Wednesday and Thursday are factory workers from a fish processing factory located in Tema. All 533 persons were infected by one person”.