Ghana’s COVID-19 active cases up to 3,655; total case count is 33,624

Ghana’s COVID-19 active cases up to 3,655; total case count is 33,624

- There are currently 24 COVID-19 patients that are in “severe” conditions

- Eight patients are in critical condition, with four on ventilators

- The country's latest coronavirus case count is 33,624

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Ghana has confirmed 655 new COVID-19 infections, bringing the country’s case count to 33,624.

There are currently 3,655 active cases and 29,801 recoveries.

This is contained in the latest data published by the Ghana Health Service on Tuesday, July 28, 2020.

Ghana’s COVID-19 active cases up to 3,655; total case count is 33,624

Ghana’s COVID-19 active cases up to 3,655; total case count is 33,624 Source: Ministry of Information.
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The figure also shows that the total fatalities of 168 remains unchanged in the last 48 hours.

Cumulative cases per region

Greater Accra Region – 17,383

Ashanti Region – 8,229

Western Region – 2,563

Central Region – 1,362

Eastern Region – 1,244

Volta Region – 588

Bono East Region – 436

Bono Region – 426

Northern Region – 363

Western North Region – 308

Upper East Region – 282

Oti Region – 174

Ahafo Region – 121

Upper West Region – 79

Savannah Region – 57

North East Region – 9

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YEN.com.gh has also reported that health workers stationed at the various voter registration centres are unhappy about a slash in their allowances.

The Electoral Commission announced three weeks ago that 7,000 health personnel have been deployed for the registration exercise.

They are tasked with ensuring the necessary COVID-19 safety protocols are adhered to by all registrants.

According to a nurse who reached out to YEN.com.gh, their allowances have been slashed.

She explained that health workers at the various registration centres used to get GHc100 per day, but it has now been reduced to GHc70.

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