- Ghana has recorded 290 new cases of COVID-19, pushing the total number to 14,007
- This has been according to a recent update by the Disease Surveillance Department of the Ghana Health Service on June 21, 2020
- With the recent update, the total number of active cases is now 3,449
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The total number of the novel coronavirus cases in Ghana has risen to 14,007 but thankfully, with 10,473 recoveries although a total of 85 people have also lost their lives.
This has been according to a recent update by the Disease Surveillance Department of the Ghana Health Service on June 21, 2020.
The number has risen to 14,007 by virtue of the fact that 290 new cases have been detected in the country, pushing the total number of active cases to 3,449.
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The Greater Accra Region now leads the pack with 8,022 cases whilst the Ashanti Region follows speedily with 2,739 cases.
The Western Region has also crossed 1,000 cases now as Central Region also leaps towards the mark with less than 300 more cases to go.
Ahafo Region, Bono Region and the North East Region have the least number of cases in all 16 regions of Ghana with 8, 3 and 2 respectively.
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Meanwhile, Gary Al-Smith, a renowned Ghanaian sports journalist who tested positive for COVID-19 has outlined insider-details concerning how Ghana is handling the pandemic.
The popular journalist who works with Multimedia gave the full account of how 'messed up' the COVID-19 management in Ghana is, in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his Facebook handle.
Gary's write-up captured four key areas in which Ghana has gotten completely misconstrued with regards to the handling of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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