Tag: Dr Frank Anthony

Govt justifies $1.3B COVID-19 vaccine procurement

Govt justifies $1.3B COVID-19 vaccine procurement

Anara Khan Anara Khan- June 14, 2021

The National Assembly has approved the sum of $1,283,250,000 for the Ministry of Health to facilitate the payment of vaccines, ... Read More

MoH reviewing vaccination guidelines for Covid survivors

MoH reviewing vaccination guidelines for Covid survivors

Anara Khan Anara Khan- March 22, 2021

The Ministry of Health is reviewing the timeline for administering the COVID-19 vaccine to persons who have already recovered from ... Read More

Education Ministry welcomes immunisation of teachers

Education Ministry welcomes immunisation of teachers

Anara Khan Anara Khan- March 19, 2021

The Ministry of Education welcomes the inclusion of teachers in the next batch of beneficiaries of COVID-19 vaccines, as this ... Read More

COVID-19 testing boosted with two new PCR machines

COVID-19 testing boosted with two new PCR machines

Anara Khan Anara Khan- December 7, 2020

- antigen tests to be rolled out soon The Ministry of Health continues to increase Guyana’s COVID-19 testing response with ... Read More

Health Ministry gets $32M from ExxonMobil for antigen testing kits

Health Ministry gets $32M from ExxonMobil for antigen testing kits

Anara Khan Anara Khan- December 7, 2020

The Ministry of Health’s COVID-19 testing capacity has been boosted by a $32 million donation from ExxonMobil Guyana to purchase ... Read More

Health Ministry launches 655-safe (7233) counselling hotline

Health Ministry launches 655-safe (7233) counselling hotline

Anara Khan Anara Khan- December 1, 2020

-24/7 toll free service   The Ministry of Health has launched ‘Safe Space’, a 24-hour hotline to provide counselling services ... Read More

Journalists urged to report responsibly on COVID-19

Anara Khan Anara Khan- November 21, 2020

Minister of Health, Hon. Dr Frank Anthony has called on journalists to practice responsible reporting about the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly ... Read More

COVID-19 cases decline in St Cuthbert’s Mission

Anara Khan Anara Khan- November 19, 2020

COVID-19 cases in St Cuthbert’s Mission continue to decline as the lockdown and other measures imposed by the Ministry of ... Read More

Guyana, Suriname collaborate on health services

Guyana, Suriname collaborate on health services

Alexis Rodney Alexis Rodney- October 17, 2020

- commit to COVID-19 fight The Governments of Guyana and Suriname are collaborating on several initiatives that will improve healthcare ... Read More

COVID-19 Alert!

Coronavirus disease spreads primarily through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. It also spreads when a person touches a surface or object that has the virus on it, then touches their eyes, nose, or mouth. We urge citizens to practice good hygiene and social or physical distancing also adhere to the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health, Guyana.