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Ghana Rugby Ladies join fight against COVID-19

Members of Ghana Rugby Ladies – a subset of Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) have joined the campaign against the devastating Coronavirus.

The group, in partnership with the GRFU, toured some polling centres in the Korle-Klottey Constituency in the Greater Accra Region to donate items such as face/nose masks, shields and essential vitamins.

The ladies made the donation after successfully registering for their Voters ID cards.

Some of the notable personalities among them were Mrs. Rafatu Inusah who is a Board Member of Ghana Rugby, Anita Halm; the Captain of Lions Rugby Club and Paulina Yaa Mensah; the top try scorer at the 2019 Africa Women’s Tournament in Tunisia.

The group also seized the opportunity to urge Ghanaians to adhere to the safety protocols to help curb the Coronavirus pandemic.

The latest update from the Ghana Health Service indicate that, Ghana has recorded 270 new cases making the country’s total case count now at 24,518.

Thankfully, 20,187 have recovered with the active cases now at 4,192 while 139 persons have lost their lives.


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