Ghana has now recorded 16,431 cases of COVID-19

Ghana has now recorded 16,431 cases of COVID-19

- Ghana’s COVID-19 case count has risen by 597

- The Ghana Health Service latest update indicates Ghana's total caseload is 16,431

- The death toll remains 103

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Ghana has confirmed 597 new COVID-19 cases pushing the country’s case count to 16,431.

The Ghana Health Service in its latest update on Saturday, June 27, 2020, said the total number of persons who have recovered from the deadly virus stands at 12, 257.

However, 103 persons are reported to have died from the virus since the country recorded its first two cases in the last four months.

Ghana has now recorded 16,431 cases of COVID-19

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A total of 288,465 tests have been done from March to date, the Ghana Health Service said.

Cases per Region

Greater Accra Region – 9,164

Ashanti Region – 3,344

Western Region – 1,429

Central Region – 903

Eastern Region – 541

Volta Region – 335

Upper East Region – 271

Oti Region – 110

Northern Region – 100

Western North Region – 94

Bono East Region – 50

Savannah Region – 38

Upper West Region – 35

Ahafo Region – 8

Bono Region – 5

North East Region – 4

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that taking precautionary measures in these not so normal times has become very necessary in order to keep safe.

It is advisable to follow these guidelines for entering your home after going out to keep yourself, family and friends, safe and healthy.

These seven steps should be followed through religiously to prevent catching the coronavirus.

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