- The three babies who tested positive for coronavirus have recovered in Nkawkaw in the Kwahu West Municipality
- The toddlers aged between six-months to two years reportedly tested positive while their mothers tested negative
- All subsequent tests carried out on the babies turned out negative
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Information reaching YEN.com.gh has revealed that the three babies who tested positive for coronavirus have recovered in Nkawkaw in the Kwahu West Municipality.
The toddlers aged between six-months to two years reportedly tested positive while their mothers tested negative.
Speaking on Agoo FM, The Director of the Kwahu West Municipal Health, Celestine Asante stated that all tests carried out on the babies turned out negative.
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According to her, the six-month-old baby was among those that we used to do the two test before discharged so the baby was fully recovered before the new directive of the 14 days Isolation came in so the baby is fully recovered including the one year and the two years. They have fully recovered”
Meanwhile, the COVID-19 cases in Nkawkaw have risen to 105 but with 34 recoveries.
The National cases has hit 14,154 accumulated confirmed cases with 10,434 recoveries and 95 fatalities. Active cases currently stand at 3,596.
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In other news, pregnant COVID-19 patient who reportedly put to bed a bouncy baby boy while on admission at the Tarkwa Apinto Government Hospital has made and full recovery and subsequently discharged.
As expected, of a once positive patient, she was tested twice for the virus and came out negative on both occasions.
Her discharge comes two weeks after she was delivered of a baby boy whose results came out negative after the required tests.
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