COVID-19 cases recorded in 345 schools nationwide since reopening – GHS

Must Read

Recent updates from the Ghana Health Service (GHS) indicate that 345 schools across the country have so far recorded cases of COVID-19.

Director-General of the GHS, Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye, told journalists “Since we reopened the schools, 345 schools have recorded cases. We have recorded a total of 2,052 cases in schools in the country. Our current active case number is 13.”

He also noted that the Volta Region had the highest number of cases in schools, while the Oti Region currently has the highest number of active cases.

“Volta Region has recorded the highest number with 189 cases. Oti has the highest number of active cases because their cases are quite recent, compared to the other cases. The North East Region is the only region that has recorded no cases,” he explained.

Nationwide, Ghana currently has 1,334 active cases of the virus.

There have been 91,709 reported cases in all, with 771 deaths from the virus.

The Greater Accra Region has had the most cases with 50,642, followed by the Ashanti Region with 15,445.

Ghana has given the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine to about 800,000 persons in the ongoing vaccination exercise.

Submit your stories or articles to newsroom@abcnewsgh.com or Whatsapp them to +233 553620623

- Advertisement -

Comments

Latest News

Parliament sets up 20-member bi-partisan committee to resolve 2022 budget stalemate

The leadership of Parliament has set up a 20-member bi-partisan committee to resolve the impasse over the 2022 Budget. This...

More Articles Like This

%d bloggers like this: