- Ghana’s COVID-19 case count has now increased to 3,091
- The Bono Region is the latest region to join the other 12 regions out of the country’s 16 regions to record a case of the virus
- The case in the Bono Region was detected in the Jaman North District
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The Ghana Health Service has recorded a massive increment in Ghana's COVID-19 case count in its usual updates.
Ghana’s COVID-19 case count has now increased to 3,091.
The increment was recorded after 372 new cases were recorded from various parts of the country.
The Bono Region is the latest region to join the other 12 regions out of the country’s 16 regions to record a case of the virus.
The case in the Bono Region was detected in the Jaman North District.
Also, the recoveries have also increased from 294 to 303 indicating that nine more persons have recovered from the virus.
The death toll, however, still remains at 18.
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Ghanaians have, as usual, responded to the tweet by the Ministry of Health
Tetteh said let's see if we've reached our peak.
Yaron who happens to be a doubting Thomas asked that government showed the patients.
Zilala was hopeful all will be well.
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Meanwhile, inasmuch as the government is trying to educate people on the essence of staying safe and the need to put on a face mask at all times, some people are trying to make the work of the police in carrying this directive out.
A female preacher who was being reproached on why she did not have a mask on, got agitated and was harsh on authorities carrying out their jobs.
According to her, if indeed there was a disease that was killing people, then she would rather want to die because she has God on her side.
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