YEN.com.gh has gathered that Ghana will be announcing its third suspected case of the deadly coronavirus otherwise known as COVID-19.
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The suspected person, who works with a mining company, is said to have returned to the Kotoka International Airport after a trip abroad this week, in March 2020, and flew in a helicopter to Obuasi.
Sources reveal, the sufferer, who appeared sick upon arrival avoided contact with people and would not allow attendants at the airport to touch his luggage.
He, however, willfully reported himself to a health facility in Kumasi where a series of tests were carried out to confirm whether or not he had been infected.
He reportedly tested positive and has been quarantined receiving treatment and undergoing medical observation.
YEN.com.gh has learnt that government will make an official announcement on the development.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the Health Minister, Kwaku Agyemang-Manu announced two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ghana.
According to the Health Minister, the two persons tested positive after laboratory tests from the Noguchi Memorial Institute of Medical Research on Thursday, March 12.
A statement sighted by YEN.com.gh from the Ministry of Health indicates that the two confirmed cases were reported as ‘imported cases’ since both individuals returned to Ghana from Norway and Turkey.
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