Ghana's COVID-19 case load now 29,672 with 26,090 recoveries

Ghana's COVID-19 case load now 29,672 with 26,090 recoveries

- 683 new COVID-19 infections have pushed Ghana’s case count to 29,672

- Some 26,090 have recovered with the death toll still at 153

- The Greater Accra region has recorded more cases

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The number of active cases is therefore 3,429, according to the latest

Some 683 new COVID-19 cases have taken Ghana’s total national case count to 29,672, the Ghana Health Service has reported.

The number of recoveries has also gone up. It is now 26,090.

Ghana's COVID-19 case load now 29,672 with 26,090 recoveries

COVID-19: Ghana records 683 new infections; caseload now 29,672. Source: Google.com
Source: UGC

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The death toll remains 153. There are 3,429 active cases currently.

Regional breakdown

Greater Accra Region – 15,706

Ashanti Region – 6,637

Western Region – 2,350

Central Region – 1,236

Eastern Region – 1,120

Volta Region – 538

Bono Region – 421

Bono East Region – 383

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Northern Region – 302

Western North Region – 286

Upper East Region – 282

Oti Region – 154

Ahafo Region – 116

Upper West Region – 75

Savannah Region – 57

North East Region – 9

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has joined the campaign against stigmatisation of persons who have COVID-19 or have recovered from the virus.

Sharing his ordeal with Adom News, the lawmaker noted that COVID-19 was real and Ghanaians must not take things for granted.

I have recovered now and not shy to talk about it because I am a testimony but the disease is so real and we don’t have to joke with it,” Mr. Agyapong urged.

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