- Ghana’s COVID-19 active cases now stands at 397
- The deaths have gone up by two, making the total number of deaths now 312
- Update on the Ghana Health Service website revealed that Ghana recorded 89 new cases
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Activities of most Ghanaians make it look like the coronavirus disease also known as COVID-19 has been defeated.
Unfortunately the disease is still affecting people and the death count also keeps rising steadily.
Latest information from the Ghana Health Service indicates that Ghana’s COVID-19 deaths has gone up by two, making the total number of deaths now 312.
The number of active cases in Ghana now stands at 397.
Unfortunately, the update on the Ghana Health Service website revealed that Ghana has recorded 89 new cases.
This brings the number of total cases recorded in Ghana since the outbreak of the disease to 47,461.
The total number of recoveries/discharged is also 46,752.
Ghana has conducted 512,523 tests since the first case of the Coronavirus disease was recorded in March, 2020.
Ghana recorded its first case of COVID-19 on March 12, 2020 after two persons entered the country without knowledge of infection from the virus.
One was a Norwegian and the other a Ghanaian national.
Meanwhile, Ghana Black Stars and Crystal Palace striker, Jordan Ayew, has tested positive for the novel Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Jordan Ayew broke the news of his COVID-19 status in a statement on his social media pages on Sunday, October 18, 2020.
According to Jordan who was adjudged the best player for the English Premier League side in the 2019/2020 season, he was doing and not showing any symptoms.
Actress and radio show host, Naa Ashorkor has also tested positive for the global pandemic, coronavirus.
The media personality took to her official Instagram account to make the announcement.
After posting a photo of herself, Naa Ashorkor wrote: "Hello Family, After not feeling "like myself", on Thursday night, I did a Covid test and it came out positive. I am feeling okay, following my doctor's instructions, and currently self-isolating at home. The virus is real. It is still out there. Don't forget all the safety protocols. Wear your mask at all times. Wash your hands with soap under running water. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser . Stay safe. Covid is still out there."
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