Ghana’s COVID-19 case count reaches over 15,000 with 11,078 recoveries

Ghana’s COVID-19 case count reaches over 15,000 with 11,078 recoveries

- Ghana has recorded 445 new cases of COVID-19, sending the total to 15,013

- The country's recoveries is 11,078 with 95 deaths

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Ghana has recorded 445 new COVID-19 cases, according to a Ghana Health Service update on Wednesday, June 24, 2020.

The new cases send Ghana’s total caseload to 15, 013 out of which 11,078 have recovered while some have been discharged. The active cases now stand at 3,940.

The death toll is still 95. Thirty patients are in severe/critical condition with four on ventilators.

Ghana’s COVID-19 case count hit over 15,000 with 11,078 recoveries

Ghana’s COVID-19 case count hit over 15,000 with 11,078 recoveries
Source: UGC

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Regional breakdown:

Greater Accra Region – 8,691

Ashanti Region – 2,915

Western Region – 1,213

Central Region – 798

Eastern Region – 407

Volta Region – 321

Upper East Region – 271

Oti Region – 105

Western North Region – 92

Northern Region – 77

Savannah Region – 38

Bono East Region – 35

Upper West Region – 35

Ahafo Region – 8

North East Region – 4

Bono Region – 3

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Minister of Education Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh is currently on admission at the University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) awaiting results of a COVID-19 test.

A statement issued by his ministry on Wednesday, June 24, said Napo, as he is affectionately called, has not been well for sometimes now and decided to go in for a second coronavirus test after testing negative previously on June 16.

“He tested negative for the virus, and this informed his decision to travel to his constituency for his acclamation on Saturday 20th June 2020,” the statement said.

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