Ayawaso North has confirmed some 31 cases of Coronavirus with 10 in critical condition
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The Municipal Chief Executive for Ayawaso North, Aminu Mohammed Zakari confirmed this in a live broadcast on Sunday afternoon
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the MCE indicated that 10 of the recorded cases are in critical condition.
Some of the areas around Ayawaso North that have been affected by the coronavirus are Newtown, Mamobi, and Nima.
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Also, a brief released by the Ayawaso North Municipality on the development indicated that the new cases were recorded as a result of the contact tracing exercise and subsequent testing.
"Through contact tracing and subsequent testing, the infected cases in Ayawaso North Municipality ( Mamobi East, Mamobi West and Kwao Tsuru/ Accra New Town, has risen from 2 cases as of last week, to 31 cases this afternoon. We are monitoring that of Ayawaso East Municipal" the release said.
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The MCE, Aminu Mohammed Zakari urged all persons within the said environs to stay home to avoid contracting the virus.
"Let us be very careful, stay at home, please. We are monitoring that of Ayawaso East Municipal Assembly," he said.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a total of three more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the Upper East Region, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the region to four.
Myjoyonline.com indicates in a news report that the new cases were detected after contact tracing 44 people who came into contact with the first confirmed case in the region on April 3, 2020.
It is indicated that contact tracing has started to identify everyone the three people came into contact with as all three of them have been put in isolation.
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