- Four out of the 16 regions in Ghana do not have any active cases
- Upper West, Upper East, Savannah and North East regions are without active cases
- The Bono region, however, happens to be region with the least number of active cases. It has three cases
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The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has revealed that four out of the 16 regions in Ghana do not have any active cases of the coronavirus disease otherwise known as the COVID-19
The regions without the active cases are Upper West, Upper East, Savannah and North East regions.
The update by the GHS on it’s Website, however, said Ghana has recorded 168 new cases pushing total case count to 41,572.
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Ghana so far has 2,029 active cases, 39,320 recoveries with eight more deaths as of Wednesday, August 12, have been recorded
The eight additional deaths have pushed the country's death toll to 223.
The Greater Accra Region continues to lead the active cases chart with 766 current cases.
The Bono region, however, happens to be region with the least number of active cases. It has three cases.
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In other news, the leader of the novel coronavirus burial team in Ghana, Inspector Joseph Asitanga, has revealed that his team has been overwhelmed by the increasing number of bodies of deceased COVID-19 patients.
The inspector made the rather shocking revelation according to a report gathered by Adomonline.com and sighted by YEN.com.gh.
According to him, a lot more bodies are still in waiting after some 97 have already been buried. Updates on the Ghana Health Service websites put Ghana’s COVID-19 death toll at 206 as of August 9.
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