Outbreak of Ebola scare hits Ghana BUT government says "no cause for alarm"

Outbreak of Ebola scare hits Ghana BUT government says "no cause for alarm"

There are wild rumors that Ghana has been struck by the deadly Ebola virus with government doing everything possible to hide the scary news.

Outbreak of Ebola scare hits Ghana BUT government says "no cause for alarm"

A shocking audio clip making the rounds on social leader has users being “warned not to kiss and hug” friends and family because the virus has struck Ghana – a development the Ghana health service (GHS) has fiercely described as untrue.

“The Ministry of Health / Ghana Health Service wish to assure the general population that information within the audio clip indicating that there is Ebola outbreak in Ghana is false and has no basis. Surveillance on EVD and all other priority diseases is ongoing and no case of EVD has been detected as indicated in the clip,” excerpts of the statement revealed.

The outbreak of the Ebola virus in 2015 shook West Africa with millions of citizens in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea dying. Ghana was one of the West African countries to have escaped the virus.

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