- A woman who sells Banana at the Koforidua Police Training School in the Eastern Region has tested positive for COVID-19
- Her status was known after mass testing was conducted at the training school
- She happened to be the only one among all the tests conducted at the training school who tested positive
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Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that a woman who sells banana at the Koforidua Police Training School in the Eastern Region has tested positive for COVID-19.
Her status was known after mass testing was conducted at the training school for recruits, officers, food vendors, as well as families around.
Unfortunately, she happened to be the only one among all the tests conducted at the training school to test positive for the virus.
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She has, however, since been quarantined.
The report filed by Kasapa FM indicated that the banana seller does not only ply her trade at the Police Training School.
She sells to customers at the Regional Police Headquarters, Koforidua High Court, GNAT Hall during events, as well as the Lands Commission.
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In other news, Ghana has recorded another COVID-19 related death bringing the death toll to 36, the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has revealed.
The total confirmed cases are 7,881 with 2,841 recoveries, according to the Ghana Health Service. Active cases: 5,004.
The total number of severe cases currently stands at 15 with five others in critical condition. Two are on ventilators, according to the Sunday, May 31, 2020 update.
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