Ghana's COVID-19 active case count at lowest point since April 19

Ghana's COVID-19 active case count at lowest point since April 19

- The country has recorded the lowest active cases since April 2020

- The current statistics from the Ghana Health Service show that Ghana's active case count is now 908

- According to the Director-General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Kuma-Aboagye, the latest record shows that Ghana is on a downward trend

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Day in day out, the country keeps recording new cases of the coronavirus, otherwise known as COVID-19.

Even though the cases are being recorded daily, the Ghana Health Service and its partners have revealed that the country has recorded the lowest active cases since April 2020.

The current statistics from the Ghana Health Service show that Ghana's active case count is currently 908.

As of April 19, according to a ghanareport.com the country's total case count was 834 with nine deaths and 99 recoveries.

COVID-19: Ghana records lowest Active Cases Since April 19

COVID-19: Ghana records lowest Active Cases Since April 19 Source: Ghana Health Service
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The Director-General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye, said since then, the cases kept surging until September 2 when the county's active case count was recorded at 908

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According to Dr. Kuma-Aboagye, the latest record shows that Ghana is on a downward trend, Ghana Report has revealed.

He added that, if Ghanaians keep on doing what they have been doing right, the disease would be unheard of.

On March 12, 2020, Ghana confirmed and recorded its first two cases from a Ghanaian and a Norwegian.

Ghana’s total confirmed cases stand at 44,460 while recoveries and discharges are 43,121. The total number of deaths registered is 276.

The coronavirus disease was first recorded in the Wuhan Province of China in December 2019 and has since spread all over the world and resulted in many deaths.

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In other news, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), have called on African governments to promote the safe reopening of schools during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to them, the prolonged closure of schools is harmful to students.

In a report filed by peacefmonline.com, they, however, expect the governments to invest in improving sanitation facilities in the schools to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in institutions.

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