COVID-19: 5 die, 117 more recover as Ghana’s cases cross 18,000

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Ghana’s tally of the novel coronavirus has crossed 18,000. This was after some 393 fresh positive cases were recorded to bring the country’s total to 18,134.

The new figures published on the Website of the Ghana Health Service also indicate that five more patients have succumbed to the viral disease. This brings to 117 Ghana’s total casualties.

On the brighter side however, 282 have also recovered from the disease, making the total number of recoveries 13,550.

The new positive cases, deaths and recoveries now put the country’s active cases at 4,467

Below is a regional distribution of Ghana’s COVID-19 cases in descending order

Greater Accra Region – 10,087

Ashanti Region – 3,676

Western Region – 1,556

Central Region – 973

Eastern Region – 668

Volta Region – 346

Upper East Region – 274

Northern Region – 137

Oti Region – 112

Western North Region – 102

Bono East Region – 89

Savannah Region – 42

Upper West Region – 40

Bono Region – 18

Ahafo Region – 8

North East Region – 6

 

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