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Authorities at the Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research into Tropical Medicine (KCCR) is appealing for some of their testing equipment to be replaced. The centre is one of the leading centres in testing samples for COVID-19 in Ghana. According to the Director for the Centre, Prof. Richard Odame Philips, the rate at which test results are released, has been affected due to the obsolete nature of their equipment. He spoke to Citi News after the Alumni of the University Hall of KNUST, Katanga, presented personal protective equipment worth GHS35,000 to KCCR and the KNUST hospital. “There are multiple challenges. One of the challenges is the pressure from those who want the test to meet ... Full story

5 July