The partnership ensures that the public is fed with up-to-date and real-time news on happenings concerning the disease.
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All subscribers of MTN Ghana can access the app for free without using their data bundle.
This digital masterstroke is geared towards equipping the public with daily information about the coronavirus, the number of cases recorded in the country, recoveries and other relevant notes.
Ghana, like other countries across the globe, has been hit by the pandemic, with government doing its best to contain the situation.
As of Wednesday, April 1, 2020, the country had recorded 195 cases of Coronavirus, with three recoveries, 49 discharged and in home management and five deaths.
The pandemic has also claimed five lives so far, but majority of the quarantined patients are recovering well.
At a time when the yearn for authentic and reliable information is at an all-time high, the partnership between the MTN Ayoba App and Pulse Ghana is here to serve exactly that.