Ghana’s coronavirus case count has risen from 8, 854 to 8,885.
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The current figure recorded shows a massive increase in the figure by 337 news cases according to the latest update from the Ghana Health Service as of Thursday, June 4, 2020.
Meanwhile, 57 additional persons have fully recovered from the virus pushing the count to 3,189, and
Statistics show that the number of deaths still remain at 38.
Currently the country is having 5,658 active coronavirus cases which is being managed effectively.
As has always been the case, the Greater Accra Region is still leading the chart with 6,102 cases, followed by the Ashanti and Western Regions with 1,452 and 456 cases respectively.
The Ahafo region is the only region out of the 16 regions in the country that has not recorded a case.
In other news, the spokesperson for the National Chief Imam, Sheik Aremeyaw Shaibu, has disclosed that the announcements made by the president to ease restrictions put in place over COVID-19 would not favor the Muslim community.
According to him, crowd management would be a major challenge for the Islamic people as well as their time of worship.
Speaking in an interview on Joy News and reported by theghanareport.com, he stated that even though the Muslim community has welcomed the news of resuming services, the challenges cannot be overlooked.
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