Day-in-day-out, Ghana's COVID-19 cases keep going up.
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According to the Ghana Health Service’s latest update on the country’s COVID-19 situation on Monday, June 8, 2020, Ghana has confirmed 272 new cases of COVID-19.
This number has increased the national count to 9,910, just 90 cases away from 10,000.
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The update revealed that four new deaths had been recorded, with nine more recoveries raising that count to 3,645.
Ghana has run a total of two-hundred and thirty-five thousand, four hundred and forty-three (235,443) tests from March 2020 to date.
Meanwhile, the update indicated that four people are currently in critical condition while 20 persons are also in severe condition.
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In other news, a total of 111 health workers in the Central Region have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Out of the 111 numbers that tested positive to COVID-19, 45 of them are reportedly on admission in health facilities in the region.
Speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA), the Deputy Regional Health Director, Dr. Kwabena Sarpong, revealed that the number formed part of the region's 439 confirmed cases.
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