COVID-19: Ghana's case count crosses 10,000 mark

COVID-19: Ghana's case count crosses 10,000 mark

- Ghana's case count has crossed over 10,000 confirmed cases

- Statistics from the Ghana Health Service has revealed that 291 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded

- The Ahafo region has also recorded its first case

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News reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that Ghana's case count has crossed over 10,000 confirmed cases.

Statistics from the Ghana Health Service has revealed that 291 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed pushing the country's case count to 10,201

Also, an additional 110 persons who were undergoing treatment for the virus have fully recovered, pushing the total recoveries to 3,755

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The Greater Accra Region is still leading the chart with the highest number of cases. The region has 6,521 cases.

Unfortunately, the Ahafo Region is the latest and last region out of the 16 regions to record a case.

The new cases were recorded in nine out of the sixteen regions in Ghana.

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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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