COVID-19: Total recoveries in Ghana double in 1 day -Ghana Health Service report

COVID-19: Total recoveries in Ghana double in 1 day -Ghana Health Service report

- The number of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 in Ghana has doubled, which is great news for the country

- Ghana Health Service shared the situation update on their official website and Twitter handle

- In total, the number of people living with the condition currently is 131

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The latest update by the Ghana Health Service has shown that the total number of patients who have recovered from the deadly coronavirus in Ghana has doubled, a 100% increase.

In the previous report shared in the morning of March 27, 2020, on the update of the coronavirus cases in Ghana, only one person had recovered.

However, the latest update by the Ghana Health Service that has come in the evening of March 27, 2020, shows that the previous number has thankfully doubled.

READ ALSO: New case of COVID-19 hits Ghana; total number climbs to 137 with 4 deaths

See the report below:

131 becomes the net number of patients living with COVID-19 in Ghana because out of the total 137, four people have passed on and two people have fully recovered.

It is only hoped that the number of recoveries would keep growing as the days go by, so that coronavirus would be gone from Ghana for good.

Also, out the total 137 cases that have been recorded, 59 are from the routine surveillance among the general public whilst 78 come from the people in mandatory quarantine.

READ ALSO: 7 important facts about Ghana's 136 confirmed COVID-19 cases

In other news, a Ghanaian gentleman Opoku Ababio and his wife Dorothy Opoku along with three other accomplices have been arrested for making and selling fake hand sanitizers.

In a video report sighted YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of Joy FM, the illegal hand sanitizer manufacturing unit was at a suburb of Techiman where all the five suspects were arrested.

Ghana as a country is witnessing a shortage in hand sanitizers following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the country which requires constant washing of hands or use of hand sanitizers.

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