Ghana’s case count of COVID-19 as at Thursday June 25, 2020, stands at 15,472 following the recording of 459 new cases. 11,433 persons have however recovered and the death toll remains 95.
This latest update was disclosed by the Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Patrick Kumah Aboagye during a press conference organised by the Ministry of Information.
The Greater Accra Region continues to have the highest number of cases in the country.
Dr. Kumah-Aboagye also reiterated the need “to report to health facilities as soon as possible if you suspect that you have the disease. Don’t wait for it to get critical even though the chances of recovery are high. You can see the recovery numbers. Many of these people were let go after they tested negative for the second time after 14 days.”
He also noted that “We need not forget to observe the safety protocols in our own interest.”
Ghana remains one of the countries in the sub region with an extensive testing regime at 8,600 persons per million people.